When the state legislature passed the Georgia Territorial Electric Service Act of 1976, it assigned exclusive service areas for connected loads under 900 kW. It also enabled most customers with connected loads over 900 kW to choose their power supplier.
So, if you’re locating a new facility or expanding in Georgia, you may be able to select your power supplier. In Georgia, it’s often possible to choose between three power supply alternatives: one of Georgia’s 42 locally managed and consumer owned Electric Membership Corporations, an investor owned utility or municipality.
Give us your requirements and the Georgia Center for Site Selection will find the best location. Our economic development team offers confidential site selection assistance. We can even take you on a personalized site tour.
Retail & Commercial
Ocmulgee EMC is able to offer economic development services, to the communities we serve and developers or retailers who are looking for a retail site in Georgia, through our participation in Georgia EMC’s Georgia Center for Site Selection. The Center’s goal is to familiarize you with the benefits of successful retail attraction and to provide access to our varied resources, such as demographic information, to assist in your pursuit of quality retail establishments.
As a community there are steps that you can take, such as developing a strategic plan, that will guide you through this process and help maximize your time.
As a developer or retailer, please feel free to call upon our resources to assist you in your search for a retail site in Georgia.
One of the most critical factors to the success of local industrial recruitment efforts is the availability of quality industrial sites. Our Industrial Site Analysis services can ensure that the availability of well-planned industrial sites is not a limiting factor in your economic development program. We can also assist you with getting maximum utilization of existing sites in your community. Our BuildingBank and SiteBank searchable databases have provided the ability to identify potential building and site alternatives through Georgia.