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Monthly company news and employee profiles
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Monthly news from Citizens of Georgia Power and company management
- 6/16 - Georgia Power to cease operations of all coal ash ponds within 3 years
- 4/16 - Community and charitable leaders share the impact of partnership and support
- 4/16 - Georgia Power base electric rates to remain flat through 2019
- 4/16 - Georgia Power customer 'Thanks a Lineman'
- 4/16 - Social Media Center opens for business
- 4/16 - Georgia Power honored for advancing solar market
- 4/16 - Got Power? #ThankALineman throughout April
- 4/16 - New filing illustrates importance of Plant Vogtle expansion to reliability, economic growth
- 4/16 - Former Georgia Tech quarterback Donnie Davis to kick off 19th annual Run for the Reason
- 4/16 - Tell your friends and family there is a smarter way to save energy
- 4/16 - Brent James - Call him king of the triple crown
- 4/16 - Closure preparation underway at all 29 Georgia Power ash ponds
- 4/16 - Company evaluating site in Stewart County for new nuclear plant
- 4/16 - Coolidge Rhodes retires after 58 years of service
- 3/16 - Employee recalls marching in Selma 51 years ago
- 3/16 - Georgia Power becomes first U.S. retail electric utility to offer Green Bonds
- 3/16 - Georgia Power Debuts News Site: On Georgia
- 3/16 - Georgia Power to donate Plant Kraft property to Georgia Ports Authority
- 3/16 - First-time Peachtree participant, longtime runner recall experiences
- 2/16 - Georgia Power volunteers bring engineering to life for student during E-Week
- 2/16 - Latest Vogtle report highlights progress, investments through December 2015
- 2/16 - Retired Brunswick employee Tony Sammons saves a life
- 2/16 - Fort Benning solar project begins commercial operation
- 2/16 - New photos chronicle progress at Vogtle expansion
- 2/16 - Georgia Power rolls out six new hybrid bucket trucks
- 2/16 - Supreme Court halts implementation of Clean Power Plan
- 2/16 - Georgia Power donates $150,000 to Safe Kids Savannah
- 2/16 - PSC will review all capital costs invested in Vogtle 3 and 4
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Georgia Power Scholarship
The online application for the Georgia Power scholarship program is typically available beginning mid-November. Applications are due February 1, and honorees are selected and announced in June. Twenty-one scholarships are available to dependents of all permanent, full-time Georgia Power employees and retirees. Co-ops are not considered full-time employees.
Vogtle 3&4 Media Library
We are proud to be building the first new generation of nuclear energy facilities in the U.S. See the latest videos and photos of Vogtle units 3 and 4.
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