Recent Announcements
Below is a list of some of the companies that selected Georgia for new or expanded facilities during the past few months. >>more



Spotlight: Tidewater Industrial Complex, McIntosh County
McIntosh County’s Tidewater Industrial Complex is located directly off Interstate 95, one of the nation’s major business corridors. Approximately 330 of the park’s 517 acres are available for development. >>more


Spotlight: Peachtree City Spec Building, Fayette County
This 100,000-square-foot spec building sits on 12 acres in Peachtree City, one of Atlanta’s premiere south side communities. Built in 2007, the building has 30’ clear ceiling heights, a wet sprinkler system and is expandable to 200,000 square feet. . >>more


It's All about Georgia
As the newest member of the Georgia Power Economic Development team, I’m truly excited to join what I believe is one of the finest economic development organizations in the country. Our mission is to work closely with our state and local partners to recruit business and industry to Georgia, to work with expanding and existing industries and to assist the communities of Georgia >>more



Chris McCrary Joins Community & Economic Development Team
Earlier this year, Community & Economic Development welcomed Chris McCrary to the Metro team. Chris serves as Community Development Project Manager for Georgia Power’s Metro East Region, which includes the city of Atlanta, parts of DeKalb and Fulton counties, and Newton and Rockdale counties. >>more

 




General Motors Selects Georgia
On Jan. 10, General Motors announced plans to open an IT Innovation Center in metro Atlanta, creating 1,000 high-tech jobs and investing $26 million. >>more


Site Selectors Guild Recognizes Georgia Power
The Site Selectors Guild, a professional association of the world’s most respected site selection consultants, has honored Georgia Power with an Excellence in Economic Development award.
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Tools for Strategic Location Decisions
No issue is more important to a strategic location decision than the potential workforce – finding the talent and skills needed to ensure the new operation is a success. Defining and sourcing regional talent has become more of an exact science in recent months. >>more



The Georgia Power Team
Georgia Power’s economic development professionals can help with all your project needs. You can contact our statewide project managers or our community development managers in metro Atlanta or non-metro areas for assistance.


1st Quarter 2013 Quiz:
Take this quiz to test your knowledge of Georgia’s business incentives.
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