About MEAG Power

Mission, Vision & Values Statement

Among the top 15 of 2000 public power supply companies in terms of annual megawatt-hour sales.

The Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia (MEAG Power) is a nonprofit, statewide generation and transmission organization that is recognized as one of the premier joint action agencies in the country, with an enviable diversified fuel portfolio and more than half of the energy mix coming from emissions-free generation resources. MEAG Power has over $9 billion in assets, delivered 10.6 million megawatt-hours of energy in 2014, and owns more than 1,300 miles of high-voltage transmission lines and nearly 200 substations. The Authority provides electric power through its co-ownership of two nuclear and two coal-fired generating plants and sole ownership of a natural gas combined cycle facility. MEAG Power is also a co-owner of the new nuclear Plant Vogtle Units 3&4, estimated to come on line in 2019 and 2020. Created by the Georgia General Assembly in 1975, MEAG Power provides reliable, competitive wholesale electricity to its 49 member communities, who own their local distribution systems. MEAG Power also monitors and advocates on energy issues at the state and federal levels on behalf of our Participants.