What are EMCs?

Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) are member-owned, not-for-profit utilities that serve approximately 4.4 million of Georgia’s 10 million residents and 73 percent of the state’s land area. Georgia’s EMCs employ more than 6,000 workers and operate by far the largest distribution network in the state, with 194,867 miles of electric power lines.

Find your local EMC in the list below:

  • PPlanters EMC
  • PRayle EMC
  • PSatilla REMC
  • PSawnee EMC
  • PSlash Pine EMC
  • PSnapping Shoals EMC
  • PSouthern Rivers Energy
  • PSumter EMC
  • PThree Notch EMC
  • PTri-County EMC
  • PUpson EMC
  • PWalton EMC
  • PWashington EMC

Make your voice heard in November

Vote on the Public Service Commission

This is not the first time your bills have been raised. No matter where you live, if you pay a power bill in Georgia, 
or know someone who is paying a power bill, THIS AFFECTS YOU! Public Service Commission Districts 1 and 3 are up for re-election on November 8, 2022.

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STOP HIGH POWER BILLS

Georgia Power announced plans calling for a $200* increase per year for the average household. If approved, the first increase would go into effect in January 2023 and the monthly increase would be around $14, followed by additional increases in 2024 and 2025. Georgia Power is a multi-billion dollar company and has seen consistent profits, but it is being greedy and asking for more.

Georgia Power should not be raising bills when gas prices are soaring, food costs are at an all-time high and families are struggling to make ends meet.

 

*$195.48 increase for a typical residential customer using 1,000 kWh per month

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