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.

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Become an EMC Connect Volunteer

Simply being an EMC member-owner and paying your electric bill is not enough. We are committed to educating our communities about what it truly means to be an owner of a multi-million dollar company versus being just a customer. As owners, member-owners have a stake in the success of our EMCs and a responsibility to participate actively in their governance. By understanding their rights and responsibilities, member-owners can fully engage in the democratic process and contribute to the long-term sustainability and success of our Electric Membership Cooperatives.

Become an EMC Connect Volunteer and sign-up today.

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