Providing Electricity to Dalton, GA Since 1889
- We own partial interests in two nuclear power plants & two coal-fired power plants.
- We purchase blocks of wholesale, natural-gas-fired plants through Southern Power.
- We purchase hydroelectric power from the Southeastern Power Administration (SEPA).
- We purchase solar power that is generated by Georgia Power Company, in conjunction with our Land Application System (LAS) along the Conasauga River.
In addition to our sixteen substations, we have distribution and transmission lines spanning up to 300 miles. Additionally, we produce 100kw of solar energy from the roof of our Administrate building.
Electric Utility Information
We have upgraded all of our substations, increased capacity, and implemented an electronic monitoring system, allowing us to monitor and correct service interruptions as they occur. Ongoing improvements to our electrical system translate into affordable and smarter electricity for our customers – now and in the future.
Electric Demand Rates
If your monthly electrical usage is 20,000 kWh or more, you may be eligible for a demand rate based on your usage.
Contact us and ask for a rate evaluation to be done on your account to determine the most economical electric rate for your business.
- Your water usage is 500,000+ gallons per day
- Your electrical usage is 20,000+ kWh per month
Our customer service professionals can evaluate your account and determine the most economical rate for your business. To determine if you qualify for demand rates, contact us.
Commercial Electric Utility Services
We also review building permits, plats, and plans. Additionally, we provide utilities and cost information for new development, where existing infrastructure is not currently present at the location in the public road right-of-way.
For more information, please email our new construction representative.
If you see the potential for line damage due to tree limbs, contact us today.
Right Tree, Right Place
A well-planned yard contains trees that will grow well in the selected area, and are properly placed to avoid collisions with power lines and buildings.
For more information on planning for what will work well for your landscape, please visit The Right Tree in the Right Place
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