Public Power has a rich heritage that tells the story of municipal utilities giving back to their local economies to contribute to thriving communities. ECG is a proponent of the communities that maintain a local utility as an asset to their city.
In Georgia, there are three ways for a customer to get electricity: Georgia Power, an EMC, or a municipally-owned utility. The 51 Georgia communities that sell their own power help to create jobs and maintain ownership of a local asset. We are their advocates and are proud to provide service to make their utility the most productive and reliable that it can be.
Learn more about ECG, the history of the organization, and our passion for Public Power here.