See some of the companies that have recently announced expansions or relocations to Georgia.

In Georgia, being good stewards of the environment isn’t just about protecting and conserving the state’s natural resources. Georgia is also leading the way in environmentally-responsible construction and renovation.... >>more  

As part of Georgia’s efforts to protect its valuable water resources and ensure long-term sustainability, the state recently enacted a Comprehensive Statewide Water Management Plan, a blueprint to shape water management now and in the future. >>more

The way we generate, distribute and use energy will change dramatically in the years ahead. New federal mandates require that 10 percent of electricity comes from renewable sources by 2012 and 25 percent by 2025. For Georgia Power and its parent, Southern Company, all options are on the table, including solar energy.....

One of Georgia Power’s most sought-after publications, the Metro Atlanta Map shows the location of all industrial and office parks in the region. The latest version includes the addition of large redevelopment sites around Atlanta, including the former General Motors plant in Doraville; Ft. McPherson in East Point; Fort Gillem in Forest Park, and Aerotropolis in Hapeville near Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. For your free copy of the Metro Atlanta Map, contact us at

The generation, distribution and consumption of energy is changing dramatically.
Georgia Power is committed to helping expand and strengthen the state’s renewable energy and biofuels industry. Economic development project managers work with
energy-related companies considering a location in Georgia. They can also help companies access the state’s resources for research, commercialization, and infrastructure.

For assistance with energy-related projects, please contact:

Charles Stallworth


Trae Westmoreland