Georgia Power continuously invests in its system across the state to better serve customers. Substations, transmission lines, and distribution lines are essential pieces of our infrastructure, moving power from electric generating plants across hundreds of miles to power homes and businesses. Once the work in the areas is complete, residents and businesses should experience long-term improved service and enhanced reliability.
The work being conducted in the area will not affect current electric service. Throughout the process, Georgia Power will work to complete the project with minimal impact or disruption to residents and businesses. Additionally, the company will ensure its environmental impact is minimal.
If you have additional questions or concerns regarding this work, contact us.
The diagram illustrates how we move electricity from power generation to customer homes and businesses. For this project, the components involved are Transmission Lines, Substation, and Distribution Lines.
We do not have any updates at this time.
We are happy to answer any questions about the Northwest Substation Extensive Rebuild.
Across the state, Georgia Power owns a network of 18 generating plants and 19 hydroelectric dams.