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Georgia Power restores service to 112,000 customers after severe storm

Electric service to over 112,000 Georgia Power customers has been restored following a severe storm that brought heavy wind and rain

America’s first 5G-powered autonomous vehicle and smart city technology testbed

The City of Peachtree Corners in the US state of Georgia has opened the first intelligent mobility and smart city living laboratory which is powered by 5G.

First “smart neighbourhood” in Atlanta opens doors

US utility Georgia Power has partnered with residential construction firm PulteGroup, to open the first smart neighbourhood in Atlanta.
energy tariff

7% tariff increase for consumers in Georgia

Georgia Power has filed a proposal with state energy regulator to increase consumer energy tariffs by approximately 7%.
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Georgia Power expands smart home package

US utility Georgia Power has partnered with Vivint to expand its smart home package.

EPB: Using CGI’s Pragma digital capabilities to transform grid operations

Based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, EPB is one of America’s largest publicly owned electric power providers, serving 180,000 homes and businesses in the greater Chattanooga region, as well as parts of surrounding counties and areas of North Georgia.

Tenders invited for power grid enhancement project, Georgia

Georgian State Electrosystem JSC is inviting tenders for the implementation of a power grid enhancement project.
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Georgia Power expands DR capabilities using Intellisource Enterprise

Georgia Power and Itron have expanded their collaboration to improve the utility’s demand response capabilities.

Georgia Power completes digital meter rollout

[img:PaulBo.thumbnail.jpg|Paul Bowers,
President and CEO,
Georgia Power]Atlanta, GA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- July 27, 2012 - Georgia Power has just installed its final digital meter in South Georgia, in what is the culmination of a six-year initiative that began in January 2007 to roll out digital meters to its 2.4 million customers.

Metadigm Services, which managed the deployment to replace customers' mechanical meters with digital meters, began in north Georgia working their way around the state to the final installation in Bainbridge, Ga. An average of 50-60 workers have installed more than 2,000 digital meters daily since the project began.

Georgia Power to pilot prepay electric service

[img:Georgia_0.jpg| ]Atlanta, GA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- January 23, 2012 - Georgia Power is to undertake a pilot with PayGo Electric™ to study the commercial feasibility of providing the option of a prepaid electric service to customers.

PayGo's patent pending technology embeds logic in the communications modules, the smart meter, or the system servers, which can alert both the customer and the utility of the need to add credit to a customer's account for continued electric service. The system can leverage a utility's existing assets while it includes a nationwide payment processing platform enabling utilities to use existing as well as new payment methods for their customers. This allows customers to be continuously informed of their account status and enables them to pay for their electricity on a schedule which best fits their needs.

Anthony Wilson named Executive VP, Customer Service and Operations at Georgia...

[img:Wilson.thumbnail.jpg| ]Anthony Wilson, currently vice president of transmission at Georgia Power, has been elected as the company’s executive vice president, customer service and operations (CSO), effective January 1, 2012.

Wilson will replace Mickey Brown who retires at the end of the year.

In this role, Wilson will lead Georgia Power's customer service function and oversee the construction, design and maintenance of the company's electric system, as well as direct region operations, energy planning and sales, and corporate services.

A comparison of two utility approaches to promote water heating energy...

By Katherine Johnson

Water heating is usually the second biggest energy expense for a homeowner. However, the water heater is often the “forgotten appliance” for many utilities. This article summarises the approach taken by two utilities, Portland General Electric (PGE) and Georgia Power, to promote energy efficient water heating through early replacement programmes.

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