Georgia Power is an electric utility company that serves customers in the state of Georgia, United States. It is a subsidiary of Southern Company, one of the largest utility companies in the United States.
Georgia Power provides a range of utilities to its customers, including:
- Electricity: Georgia Power generates, distributes, and sells electricity to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Georgia. The company has a diverse mix of energy sources, including nuclear, natural gas, coal, hydro, and solar.
- Natural Gas: In addition to electricity, Georgia Power also offers natural gas service to customers in certain areas.
- Energy Efficiency Programs: Georgia Power offers various programs and resources to help customers reduce their energy usage and save money on their bills. These programs include rebates for energy-efficient appliances and equipment, home energy audits, and energy-saving tips.
Common information found on an electricity bill from Georgia Power or any other electric utility company includes:
- Account Information: This includes the customer's name, address, and account number.
- Billing Period: The dates of the billing cycle for which the bill is being issued.
- Usage Information: The amount of electricity used during the billing period, usually measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh).
- Rate Information: The rate at which the customer is being charged for electricity usage. This may include a base rate, a fuel cost adjustment, and other charges.
- Total Charges: The total amount due for the billing period, including taxes and any other fees.
- Payment Information: The due date for the bill and the payment options available, such as online payments, automatic payments, or payment by mail.