What is Georgia EMC?
Georgia Electric Membership Corporation is a statewide trade association that serves the state’s 41 electric cooperatives, Oglethorpe Power, Georgia Transmission Corporation, and Georgia System Operations Corporation.
How can I find out where power is provided by an electric co-op?
What is Customer Choice?
Many large power users establishing new facilities qualify for Customer Choice, a one-time opportunity to choose their electric supplier. Established by state law, it allows customers located outside municipal limits with 900 kW connected load or greater to select the power provider they believe will best meet their needs.
What is a GRAD site?
GRAD stands for the Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development program. GRAD pre-qualified sites can fast-track construction because they meet due diligence standards, are reviewed by a third party, and earn final approval from a board of economic development professionals.
How can you help me bring new business to my community?
How do you work with companies and site selectors?
Where can I get help marketing my property to businesses?
How can I get a particular store or restaurant to come to my community?
How much do your services and training for communities cost?
Most of our work is provided free of charge, thanks to the support of Georgia’s electric cooperatives. Contact us to get started!
Who do I contact to get started on my project or to learn more?
We have a dedicated team from specialized backgrounds to ensure your needs and questions are met. Please find reach out to a team member and we will get started.