We've done it again!
For 21 consecutive years, Georgia Power has earned a spot on Site Selection magazine's list of "Top Utilities in Economic Development." That's more than any other utility in the country. Being recognized by Site Selection is always an honor, and one that we don't take for granted. We’ve never wavered from our mission to generate opportunity and power prosperity in our home state. Our team continually takes on new challenges and creates new ways to help our state thrive. It's our ongoing focus on greater impact and innovation that helps us earn this recognition year after year.
For almost a century, Georgia Power has been helping companies and communities navigate the journey from where they are to where they want to be. Our team of experts works alongside state and local partners to help with all aspects of business and community growth – from workforce development to business expansion, and so much more in between. Learn more about our approach and meet our team of experts.
From Site Selection's press release:
Atlanta, September 3, 2019: Top Utilities in Economic Development
Featured in the September issue are Site Selection's annual rankings of Top U.S. Utilities in Economic Development (see list below), based on analysis of corporate end-user project activity in 2018 in those utilities’ territories (from Conway Projects Database and submitted materials). In addition to examining facility investment, project totals and calculating those projects’ jobs and capital investment numbers on a cumulative and per-capita basis, we also looked at website tools and data; innovative programs and incentives for business, including energy efficiency and renewable energy programs; and the utility’s own job-creating infrastructure and facility investment trends.
“The elite Top 20 we named this year earned the honor amid a field of around 3,300 electric utilities across the country, including around 900 cooperatives,” says Managing Editor Adam Bruns of the rankings.
2019 Top Utilities in Economic Development (alphabetical order)
Alabama Power Company
Arizona Public Service
ComEd - An Exelon Company
Consumers Energy Company
Indiana Municipal Power Agency
Kentucky’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives
LG&E KU Energy
NextEra Energy, Inc.
Omaha Public Power District
PECO - An Exelon Company
South Carolina Power Team
Tennessee Valley Authority