Each of our Georgia Powers plants represents a major commitment to ensure an adequate supply of electricity is available to the southeast for now and years to come.
Plant Bowen, which began commercially operating in 1975, is located 9 miles southwest of Cartersville, Georgia.
Located in Putnam County and retired from service in 2015.
Plant Hammond is a four-unit, coal-fired electric generating facility located on 1,100 acres in Floyd County.
Located in Port Wentworth, Plant Kraft was operational from 1958 until 2015.
Georgia Power retired its coal-fired units at Plant McDonough-Atkinson in 2011 and added three natural gas combined cycle units.
Operating in Effingham County. Plant McIntosh includes two natural gas combined cycle units, a coal-fired unit, and eight simple cycle combustion turbines.
Plant McManus is an oil-fired power facility operating in the area since the 1950s.
Steam generating plant, was coal-fired power plant near Albany, retired in 2015.
Plant Scherer, located in Juliette, GA, is one of the nation’s largest power plants.
Nestled near the Chattahoochee River, Plant Wansley is located on 5,200 acres in Heard and Carroll counties near Carrollton.
Plant Yates, near Newnan, Georgia and built after World War II, originally had seven coal-fired steam generating units.