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Georgia Power is committed to protecting and preserving the environment.

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In Our Company

Georgia Power is a leader in environmental stewardship. We are committed to preserving the communities in which we live, work and serve. We invested $7 billion in emissions controls to improve air quality, and installed meters that can be read remotely to take 300 vehicles off the road. Through our efforts, more than 2 million pounds of trash have been removed from the state's waterways. We are continually striving to sustain and strengthen the environment for future generations.

Fleet Enhancements

Fleet Enhancements

Georgia Power plans to purchase alternative-fuel vehicles.
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Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles

Read about electric vehicle (EV) chargers available at corporate facilities.

Recycling

Recycling

The company's reduce, reuse and recycle programs demonstrate environmental leadership.
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Building Sustainability

Building Sustainability

LEED-certified buildings save money and resources, and have a positive impact on the health of their occupants. Read more.

CCR Rule Compliance

CCR Rule Compliance

In 2014, the EPA issued the Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals from Electric Utilities final rule (CCR Rule).

Coal Combustion Byproducts
Coal Combustion Byproducts

Georgia Power recycles this noncombustable material. Read more.

Reducing Idling
Reducing Idling

Read about Georgia Power's plan to automatically shut off our diesel-powered trucks.

EarthCare
EarthCare

Georgia Power helps high schoolers develop environmental leadership skills.
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Earth Day

Since the first Earth Day was initiated in 1970, Georgia Power and our employees have celebrated the day with activities that positively impact our state's environment. In 2014, 372 employees participated in communities statewide in 31 activities, including cleaning our state's rivers and roads, distributing CFLs, and sharing energy efficiency information with customers.

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Waterway Trash Removal

Waterway Trash Removal

Since 2003, Georgia Power employees and other volunteers statewide have removed over 2 million pounds of trash from our state's waterways.

Get Up Close with Solar

Get Up Close With Solar

View a real-time interactive dashboard of the Georgia Power rooftop solar project.

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