At Georgia Power, our company culture is a reflection of our Southern Style: unquestionable trust, superior performance and total commitment. We believe that working together and treating one another with integrity is an important part of our commitment to our customers.
We have provided electricity to Georgia for more than a century. Explore our history and how we have proudly served our state.
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At Georgia Power, our greatest resource is our employees. Our company is committed to providing opportunities and resources to support our employees as they grow professionally and as valuable leaders in our Georgia communities.
Diversity & Inclusion
Maintaining a culture of excellence and inclusion, where every employee feels valued, respected and engaged, is a key value at the heart of our organization.
Our business requires that some of our people work under conditions that require exceptional safety attitudes and measures. Though it is vitally important to provide electricity to our customers, there is no occupation worth risking the safety of an individual employee.
Our company's first president, Preston Arkwright, coined the phrase “A Citizen Wherever We Serve,” and we have been living up to it ever since. Georgia Power employees play important roles in our communities, volunteering for charities and service organizations, and supporting local community civic organizations.
Georgia Power's top priority is customer service. This means keeping reliability high and rates low. Georgia Power ranks in the top 25 percent for customer satisfaction among peer utilities and we've been cited for excellence by J.D. Power and Associates.
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The Salvation Army recognized Georgia Power with its national Fuel Fund Award for its work with Project SHARE. Since its inception in 1985, Georgia Power and its customers have contributed more than $60 million to help customers in need. Learn More
According to the National Safety Council, every year in the U.S. there are approximately 12,000 electrical-related accidents resulting in 525 deaths.
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Did You Know?
In 2012, more than 400 Georgia Power employees took part in 46 projects to celebrate Earth Day.
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