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Clean energy for a growing Georgia

As America’s first new nuclear investment in 30 years, Vogtle Units 3 & 4 are bringing the next generation of advanced clean energy to Georgia.

Georgia Power has constructed the nation’s first new nuclear units in more than 30 years at Plant Vogtle in Waynesboro, Georgia. Units 3 & 4, along with existing Units 1 & 2, power more than 1 million homes and businesses. When completed on April 29th, 2024, Plant Vogtle became the largest generator of clean energy in the United States.

Press Releases

Please stay up to date on the latest news about Vogtle Units 3 & 4 and more in our News Hub.

April 29, 2024

Unit 4: Goes into operation

Plant Vogtle Unit 4 has entered commercial operation and is now serving customers and the State of Georgia.

March 1, 2024

Unit 4: Connects to electric grid

Connecting to the electric grid is part of the ongoing startup testing for Vogtle Unit 4.

February 14, 2024

Unit 4: Reaches initial criticality

Georgia Power Plant Vogtle Unit 4 has safely reached initial criticality.  Initial criticality is a key step during the startup testing sequence.

Downloadable Photos

Use this gallery to view the latest progress on the project and download high resolution images. New images are added monthly.


From timelapse construction videos to important milestones - check out the progress made at Vogtle Units 3 & 4.

Vogtle Unit 3 Time-lapse

Vogtle Unit 3 Reaches 100% Energy Output

Vogtle Unit 3 Reaches Initial Criticality

Vogtle 3 & 4 Final Module Placed

Vogtle Unit 4 Enters Commercial Operation