MEAG Power, Participant & Public Power News

Fall/Winter 2023/2024

Participant News & Information


The Fire Maker Brewing Company announced its 2nd taproom, to be located in downtown Griffin. This project involves renovating a 114-year-old building and is targeted to open in the summer of 2024. The City of Griffin is excited to have #2 Voted Best New Brewery by USA Today.


The Commerce Civic Center top floor will become the central location for City Hall, Planning & Zoning, HR and Downtown Development. The main floor will be the location for City Court and City Council. Mayor Clark Hill says $12 million will be invested in the municipal building. Completion is targeted for 2025.


Hyundai Industrial will invest more than $24 million in a new manufacturing facility in Coweta County. Hyundai Industrial has purchased an existing building in Coweta County. The building will be retrofitted to produce arm and head rests for OEMs, including Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America.


Attitude is everything and no community has a more pro-business attitude than Douglas. Centrally located between four interstates, Douglas gives businesses what they need from tier 1 job tax credits and a skilled workforce to competitively priced resources and a genuine Southern welcome.

Vogtle News

Plant Vogtle Unit 3 entered commercial service on July 31, 2023, adding 250 MW of emissions-free generation capacity to MEAG Power’s portfolio. Unit 3 has operated at 100% power since then, and by year-end will have surpassed 3 million net MWh of generation for the state. Unit 4 has resumed power-ascension testing after replacement of the damaged 2A reactor coolant pump was completed. Unit 4 COD is projected for the first quarter of 2024.

Progress Report

Unit 3


Unit 4


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MEAG Power Delivered Energy

  • 56% Nuclear
  • 6% Hydro
  • 22% Gas
  • 10% Coal
  • 6% Net Purchases

62% Non-Emitting*

*12-month rolling average, as of October 2023

Solar News

We will use this space to provide solar initiative updates as they occur.

Pineview Solar Farm Fast Facts:

  • 600 acres
  • 260,000 solar modules
  • 80 MW power output

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