Rebates & Incentives
Products & Programs
Georgia Power encourages customers to choose ENERGY STAR® qualified models when purchasing new appliances.
EarthCents® New Home
An EarthCents New Home performs better for the homeowner and the environment thanks to a variety of energy-efficient features.
Adding Outdoor Lighting from Georgia Power is a great way to give you peace of mind about your family’s security. It’s an affordable way to help protect what’s most important to you — your family.
Take Control of your time by getting your bill online. Say goodbye to writing checks, and hello to paperless billing!
Learn ways to save up to 30 percent on your annual energy bill and find out about our home energy improvement programs and available customer rebates.
Premium Surge Protection
A commercial-grde product, Premium Surge Protection works to help guard the three most critical places where a surge could enter your home: electric, phone and/or cable/satellite TV lines.
Residential customers can sign up to purchase Green Energy in 100 kWh blocks for a 12-month time period.
Electric Water Heating
Did you know that your home’s second largest energy user is the hot water heater? Take control of your energy use by choosing an electric water heater and see how economical and efficient it can be.
Introducing the Georgia Power Smart Meter program — an automated electronic metering and meter communication system.
Introducing Power Credit – a program designed to control the amount of power used by your home’s air conditioner. It works like this: we install a switch on the outside of your home that is connected to your air conditioner.
Home Energy Improvement
Georgia Power’s Home Energy Improvement Program is a statewide program aimed at helping Georgia Power customers save money and energy through recommended home energy improvements.
Georgia Power wants to help our customers save money and use energy more efficiently. That’s why we’re offering special pricing on select ENERGY STAR® qualified compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs).
Want to be comfortable and save money this winter? More than 50 percent of your monthly utility bill goes to heat and cool your home.