Recent Announcements
Over the past three months, several companies have announced plans to open new facilities or expand existing operations in Georgia:
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Spotlight: Trane Building, Macon
Located in Bibb County in central Georgia, this 134,400-square-foot industrial building sits on a 10-acre site and has excellent access to global markets.
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Spotlight: Stanton Springs
Located in the eastern part of metro Atlanta -- a region ranked among the best in the nation for its low cost of doing business -- Stanton Springs marries the best of Georgia's historic small town charm with an upscale corporate environment.
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CBS Selects Georgia
CBS has announced plans to locate an IT and software services center in metro Atlanta.
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New Metro Atlanta Map
Georgia Power’s 2013 Metro Atlanta Map is now available! One of our most popular publications, the Metro Atlanta Map is a two-sided atlas of industrial parks, office parks and Class A office buildings.
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Georgia Ports Update
During the past year, the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) saw record cargo volumes, important infrastructure improvements and continued environmental stewardship.
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New International Airport Terminal Opens in Atlanta
The new Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has officially opened its doors.
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Georgia's Business Incentives
Georgia Power’s newest publication, Georgia Business Incentives, incorporates recent legislative changes for economic development projects.
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Top Utilities for Economic Development
Site Selection magazine has once again named Georgia Power among the Top Utilities in Economic Development.
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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.

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Quiz: "First" In History
Take this quiz to test your knowledge of historic “firsts.”
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