Just Add Light: Strengthening Georgia’s communities through reliable energy – Georgia Transmission
During these uncertain times, Georgia Transmission wants to reassure EMC members across the state that we remain steadfast in our commitment to maintaining the state’s electric grid and providing reliable power for local EMCs. We have prepared for this moment. We have comprehensive plans, policies and procedures in place that will protect the health and safety of our associates, while helping keep the lights on for millions of Georgians.

Just Add Light: Strengthening Georgia’s communities through reliable energy

August 3, 2020

The spotlight shines bright on Georgia’s businesses, from agriculture to manufacturing to the film industry, even during these uncertain times.

Our state – affectionately dubbed “Y’allywood” – remains one of the top destinations for film production. As the industry powers back up, Georgia Transmission is working behind the scenes with local EMCs to make sure our state is ready to light up the silver screen once again.

Access to reliable energy is something that some may take for granted, but the act of flipping a switch does more than just add literal light to our surroundings. We’re proud to play a supporting role in fueling the growth of the film industry, among many other industries in Georgia, by helping to foster a healthy, vibrant economy and provide opportunity that illuminates ideas and innovation.

At Georgia Transmission, we’re honored to work alongside local EMCs to strengthen communities by providing reliable, affordable energy to more than 4 million people.

We do it to foster long-term prosperity, helping people maintain a high quality of life and ensuring opportunities for strong economic success.

We’re proud that for millions of Georgians — including families, first responders, business owners, students, teachers, physicians and more — we’re able to help keep the lights on. Today and every day, we remain committed to serving local EMCs and their customers to make sure they can add light to their communities.