Save Money & Energy

We’re dedicated to helping our residential customers find ways to save money and energy, whether you’re building a new home, making improvements to an older home or simply looking for ways to save.

Seasonal Tip

Replace incandescent bulbs with LEDs

The average U.S. household has about 70 lightbulbs. Change standard light bulbs in your home to ENERGY STAR® qualified LED bulbs. LEDs use 90%* less energy than standard bulbs, saving you more than $80 in electricity costs over its lifetime, and can last up to 15 times longer. *Source: ENERGY STAR® - (


This high efficacy LED light contains no mercury, emits virtually no UV/IR light, will not fade colors, and will provide an even, diffuse light source.

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Featured Rebates

HVAC Service

By choosing a Program Contractor and completing recommended repairs, you can receive a $50 rebate per unit.

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Recycle Your Refrigerator

Is your extra fridge taking up extra space? We’ll pick up and recycle your secondary refrigerator or freezer and give you $35.

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Heat Pumps

Now is the time to consider investing in an energy-efficient heat pump and take advantage of Georgia Power’s rebates for your heating and cooling system.

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Light Your Home

With our Lighting Program, customers can enjoy discounts on ENERGY STAR® certified LED bulbs at retailers throughout Georgia or on the Georgia Power's Marketplace.

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Solar Programs

We are committed to making Georgia a national leader in renewable energy resources. Find out how we are making solar energy more cost-effective and attainable through our different initiatives.

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Home Automation

With home automation technology, you can control your home's systems from a single location and enjoy greater convenience, comfort and security with greater energy efficiency.

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Get Current. Drive Electric.

We are excited and committed to playing a key role in growing the electric vehicle market by expanding access to charging stations throughout the state.

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