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Greenstreet News

This quarterly, non-promotional communication is designed for our residential customers and focuses on ways homeowners can improve energy efficiency and save money. You'll also find articles on new ideas for conserving water, green initiatives and the latest energy technologies
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Check out our handy tools to evaluate the energy efficiency of your home or business. You'll find useful reference material, energy-themed games for kids, and more!

For more than 100 years, Newnan Utilities has supplied electricity to the city of Newnan. We strive to provide excellent customer service at competitive rates.

As a member of the Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia (MEAG), Newnan Utilities offers a unique electrical package that features reliable service, competitive rates and innovative ideas that you would not expect from a utility company. Through the MEAG partnership, Newnan Utilities has at its disposal a statewide generation and transmission corporation with ownership in four power plants in Georgia and a transmission system spanning the state.

Our customers benefit from both our municipal status and unique communications infrastructure. The same system which allows us to confirm that your power is being delivered also protects this city's people. Newnan Utilities' Control Room is online with the KAVOURIS Satellite, receiving data on approaching tornadoes and storm systems, functioning as a regional early warning system for climate-related emergencies.

Customers may participate in our Green Power program. This voluntary program supports the generation of electricity from renewable sources and places this type of electricity on the electric grid in place of electricity from traditional power plants. Green power can be purchased in increments of 100 kilowatt-hour blocks. For a residential customer, one block of green power each month for a year is equivalent to not driving your car 1,800 miles, keeping 1,700 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.