Formed in 1974, Ogelthorpe Power Corporation is a not-for-profit cooperative owned by the 39 electric membership corporations that it serves. The utility’s headquarters are in Tucker, Georgia. It is the largest power supply cooperative in the United States based upon assets and annual kilowatt-hour sales. The utility’s service area covers 65 percent of the state of Georgia. Ogelthorpe co-own several of its plants with Georgia Power and the Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia. As of 2009, the utility has an annual revenue of $1.2 billion and assets of over $6 billion. In 1997, Ogelthorpe restructured into three separate, but interrelated, cooperatives. Oglethorpe Power Corporation handles electricity generation, Georgia Transmission Corporation owns and operates the transmission lines and substations and Georgia System Operations Corporation provides system and administrative support.
|2100 East Exchange Pkwy.|
|Tucker, GA USA 30084|