Producing Green Electricity

Green Power EMC's use of renewable energy sources collectively surpasses the renewable energy efforts of all other utilities in Georgia, producing eight times more green energy.

 

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Green Power's Green-e Energy Certified Green Electricity Sources

Multitrade Rabun Gap, Taylor County Methane Recovery Electric Generating Plant, Wolf Creek Landfill, and Pecan Row Landfill Gas Generating Facility are Green-e Energy Certified Green Electricity Sources.

 


Photo of the Multitrade Rabun Gap facility.

Multitrade Rabun Gap

Type: Biomass power plant
Generating capacity: 17 megawatts
Location: Rabun Gap
Certified: Green-e Energy


Photo of the Taylor County Methane Recovery Electric Generating Plant.

Taylor County Methane Recovery Electric Generating Plant

Type: Landfill gas-to-electricity plant
Generating capacity: 4 megawatts
Began operation: 2003
Location: Charing, Taylor County
Certified: Green-e Energy


Photo of the Wolf Creek Landfill.

Wolf Creek Landfill

Type: Landfill gas-to-electricity plant
Generating capacity: 2.8 megawatts
Location: Dry Branch
Certified: Green-e Energy


Pecan Row Landfill Gas Generating Facility

Photo of the Pecan Row Landfill Gas Generating Facility.

Type: Landfill gas-to-electricity plant
Generating capacity: 4.8 megawatts
Location: Lowndes County
Certified: Green-e Energy


 

Other Green Electricity Sources


Photo of the Roberts Road Methane Recovery Electric Generating Plant.

Roberts Road Methane Recovery Electric Generating Plant

Type: Landfill gas-to-electricity plant
Generating capacity: 1 megawatt
Location: Roberts Road, Fayette County


Photo of the Tallassee Shoals Low Impact Hydro Project.

Tallassee Shoals Low Impact Hydro Project

Type: Low-impact hydro plant
Generating capacity: 2.3 megawatts
Location: Middle Oconee River outside Athens


Photo of the Rooker Solar Project.

Rooker Solar Project

Type: Solar
Generating capacity: 115 kilowatt
Location: Athens and a second facility in Warner Robbins