We are the largest electric subsidiary of Southern Company, serving 2.7 million customers across Georgia and fully regulated by the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC).
We believe everyone should have access to clean, safe, reliable, and affordable energy. As part of Georgia’s constructive regulatory environment, our long-term energy planning process and cost-recovery proceedings are managed by the Georgia PSC.
Below is more information on some of our major filings, or “cases,” reviewed by the Georgia PSC.
Learn how we balance energy demands and comply with federal regulations to protect the environment, and view the latest reports.
Georgia Power collaborates with the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) to ensure that we deliver energy in the most reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible manner. The PSC regulates and oversees our operations, tariffs, and long-term planning to safeguard the interests of Georgia residents and businesses.
We actively engage with policymakers to contribute to legislative and regulatory discussions that impact the energy sector, ensuring that the views and needs of our customers and stakeholders are well-represented.
We believe in transparency and regularly update our stakeholders through press releases, annual reports, and public forums.
The Environmental Protection Agency sets federal standards for emissions and environmental impact. Georgia Power is committed to complying with these regulations to ensure that we operate in an environmentally responsible way. Our collaboration with the EPA helps us adopt best practices and cutting-edge technologies to minimize our ecological footprint.
We adhere to both state and federal environmental laws and regulations. Our environmental management systems are designed to monitor and mitigate the environmental impact of our operations. This includes initiatives to reduce emissions, conserve water, and protect natural habitats.