Member Systems Member Systems

 Member Systems

Nearly half of all Georgia residents get their electric service from Electric Membership Corporations, also known as EMCs. There are 41 EMCs providing service in all but a few of Georgia's 159 counties. Thirty-eight of the state's 41 EMCs own Oglethorpe Power Corporation.
    EMCs are different from other electric utilities. They are not-for-profit electric cooperatives owned by the actual customers to whom they supply electricity. EMC customers are members as well as owners of their local EMCs.

Click on an EMC name or the map below for more information.

Member Systems
1.  Altamaha EMC
2.  Amicalola EMC
3.  Canoochee EMC
4.  Carroll EMC
5.  Central Georgia EMC
6.  Coastal Electric Cooperative
7.  Cobb EMC
8.  Colquitt EMC
9.  Coweta-Fayette EMC
10. Diverse Power
11. Excelsior EMC
12. Flint Energies
13. Grady EMC
14. GreyStone Power Corporation
15. Habersham EMC
16. Hart EMC
17. Irwin EMC
18. Jackson EMC
19. Jefferson Energy Cooperative
20. Little Ocmulgee EMC

21. Middle Georgia EMC
22. Mitchell EMC
23. Ocmulgee EMC
24. Oconee EMC
25. Okefenoke Rural EMC
26. Planters EMC
27. Rayle EMC
28. Satilla Rural EMC
29. Sawnee EMC
30. Slash Pine EMC
31. Snapping Shoals EMC
32. Southern Rivers Energy
33. Sumter EMC
34. Three Notch EMC
35. Tri-County EMC
36. Upson EMC
37. Walton EMC
38. Washington EMC

Altamaha EMC Amicalola EMC Canoochee EMC Carroll EMC Central Georgia EMC Coastal Electric Cooperative Cobb EMC Colquitt EMC Coweta-Fayette EMC Diverse Power Incorporated Excelsior EMC Flint Energies Grady EMC GreyStone Power Corporation Habersham EMC Hart EMC Irwin EMC Jackson EMC Jefferson Energy Cooperative Little Ocmulgee EMC Middle Georgia EMC Mitchell EMC Ocmulgee EMC Oconee EMC Okefenoke Rural EMC Planters EMC Rayle EMC Satilla Rural EMC Sawnee EMC Slash Pine EMC Snapping Shoals EMC Southern Rivers Energy Sumter EMC Three Notch EMC Tri-County EMC Upson EMC Walton EMC Washington EMC Diverse Power Incorporated
© Copyright Oglethorpe Power Corp. 2018 This is a private computer facility, protected by a security system. Access to and use requires explicit written, current authorization and is limited to purposes of the organization's business. Unauthorized access or attempts to use, alter, destroy or damage data, programs, or equipment may violate applicable law and could result in criminal prosecution, civil liability, or both.