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Facts & Figures

Each year we publish a variety of reports concerning both our financial performance and our performance in other facets of our business. We publish our SEC filing, annual report and information statement on our website for the public. View and download reports and information here.

By the Numbers

Kilowatt-Hour Sales

The company's total sales, including off-system sales, were 86.1 billion kilowatt-hours during 2021. Georgia Power's 2021 territorial sales were 83 billion kilowatt-hours.


Price of Service

The average price residential customers paid during 2021 was 13.22 cents per kilowatt-hour, and the average annual use per residential customer was 12,033 kilowatt hours


Employees & Wages

At the end of 2021, Georgia Power had 6,548 employees. In addition, 6,133 retirees were receiving benefits from the company's pension trust fund. A combined 9,218 retirees, survivors and vested former employees were receiving benefits.

Customers

2,672,926 Georgia Power customers as of Dec. 31, 2021.

Customers by Region*

(Reflects 2021 region organization)

map and service territory

Service Territory
Georgia Power provides electric service to customers in 155 of the state's 159 counties. 
*Excludes wholesale customers

Over the Year

Invested $31+million in charitable causes by our employees and retirees.

$960k

In employee charitable givings

$1.9M

Value of 68k+ hours volunteered 

$28M+

Georgia Power and the Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. contributuions to emPOWERING the Future

Taxes

The company's total sales, including off-system sales, were 86.1 billion kilowatt-hours during 2021. Georgia Power's 2021 territorial sales were 83 billion kilowatt-hours.

Investments

The total gross investment in facilities at the end of 2021 was $50 billion. 

Charitable Causes

Georgia Power invested $31+ million towards charitable causes.

Contributions from Georgia Power and Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. $28+M
Value of employee and retiree volunteer hours $1.9M
Raised by employee giving campaign $960,000
Organizations supported 1,100+

Where Revenues Come From

Residential 39.8%
Commercial 34.8%
Industrial 16.1%
Wholesale 2%
Other 7.3%

Transmission & Distribution

Overhead and underground distribution lines added 686 miles
Total distribution lines 77,780 miles
Total transmission lines (Georgia Power owned) 12,186 miles

Social Media

social media breakdown

Georgia Power Plants as of December 31, 2021

A–K

Name kW Capacity Fuel Source
Bartletts Ferry 173,000 Hydro
Boulevard 19,700 Oil
Bowen 3,160,000 Coal
Burton 6,120 Hydro
Comer Solar 2,160 Solar
Dalton 6,508 Solar
Flint River 5,400 Hydro
Falcons Solar 1,019 Solar
Fort Benning 30,005 Solar
Fort Gordon 30,000 Solar
Fort Stewart 30,000 Solar
Guyton 3,600 Solar
Goat Rock 38,600 Hydro
Hatch 899,612 Nuclear
Kings Bay 30,161 Solar

L–R

Name kW Capacity Fuel Source
LaGrange 800 Solar
Lloyd Shoals 14,400 Hydro
MCLB* 31,161 Solar
McDonough, C.C. 2,520,000 Oil, Gas
McDonough-Unit 3 78,800 Oil, Gas
McIntosh, C.C. 1,318,920 Oil, Gas
McIntosh, C.T. 640,000 Oil, Gas
McManus** 481,700 Oil
Moody AFB 49,500 Solar
Morgan Falls 16,800 Hydro
Nacoochee 4,800 Hydro
North Highlands 29,600 Hydro
Oliver Dam 60,000 Hydro
Robins 158,400 Oil, Gas
Robins AFB 128,000 Solar
Rocky Mountain 229,362 Hydro

S–Z

Name kW Capacity Fuel Source
Scherer 750,924 Coal
Sinclair Dam 45,000 Hydro
Tallulah Falls 72,000 Hydro
Terrora 16,000 Hydro
Tri-County EMC 1,008 Solar
Tugalo 45,000 Hydro
UGA 984 Solar
Vogtle 1,060,240 Nuclear
Wallace Dam 321,300 Hydro
Wansley 925,550 Coal
Wansley, C.T. 26,322 Oil
Waynesboro 2,400 Solar
Wilson** 354,100 Oil
Yates 700,000 Gas
Yonah 22,500 Hydro

C.C. – Combined cycle; C.T. – Combustion turbines

*Marine Corps Logistics Base Solar

** Includes internal combustion unit


Generation Plant Locations

*Georgia Power reports only the null energy output from some renewable generating facilities. Ownership of the associated renewable energy credits (RECs) is specified in each respective power purchase agreement or program tariff. The party that owns the RECs retains the right to use and report them.


Jointly Owned Plants as of December 31, 2021

Plant Name

Units FP&L OPC MEAG Dalton Georgia Power Total MW Capacity
Hatch 1+2 30.0% 17.7% 2.2% 50.1% 1,796
Rocky Mtn. 1–3 74.6% 25.4% 903
Scherer* 1+2 60.0% 30.2% 1.4% 8.4% 1,636
Scherer* 3 25.0% 75.0% 818
Vogtle 1+2 30.0% 22.7% 1.6% 45.7% 2,320
Wansley 1+2 30.0% 15.1% 1.4% 53.5% 1,730
Wansley, C.T. 5A 30.0% 15.1% 1.4% 53.5% 49

OPC - Oglethorpe Power Corporation; MEAG - Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia; Dalton - City of Dalton, Georgia

Generating Capacity

Total Georgia Power Kw Capacity
Gas/Oil 6,297,942
Coal 4,836,474
Nuclear 1,959,852
Hydro 1,099,792
Renewables 347,306
Total 14,541,366

Plant Scherer

Units Duke Energy, Florida Florida Power & Light Jacksonville Electric Authority Georgia Power
Scherer* 4 76.4% 23.6%

* Plant Scherer’s total MW capacity is 3,272.

Fuel Cost for Generation

Cents Per Kilowatt-Hour
Nuclear 0.79
Coal 2.99
Oil and Gas 3.05
Average 2.39

2022 Facts and Figures Printable PDF

The 2022 Facts & Figures brochure is filled with pertinent information about Georgia Power, including customer numbers, plant generation capacities, kilowatt-hour sales, social media impressions and more.   

Information Statements

Read a comprehensive report on Georgia Power’s activities throughout the year. Both current and past annual reports are available for your review.


Financial Information Statement

Download our Annual Meeting and Information Statement to learn more about our company, its inititiaves and our leadership.