Listen Out for Utility Scams

While many consumers know to be wary of calls claiming to be from the IRS or offering a free cruise that seems too good to be true, the latest threat comes from scammers disguised as utility companies. Central Georgia EMC warns residential and commercial customer-owners to be on high alert for phone scammers who claim they are with the utility and demand immediate payment or threaten immediate disconnection.


As national temperatures continue to drop, the demand to heat our homes and offices increases significantly. Save money this winter by making a few New Year’s resolutions to save energy.

1) Door SealsCold air can enter the house through open cracks and gaps from doors, windows, and floors. Simple, weather stripping and foam seals will reduce cold drafts and keep your home warmer.

Your Source for Low-Cost Energy

According to the Georgia Public Service Commission’s Summer 2017 Residential Rate Survey, Central Georgia EMC (CGEMC) ranks among the four lowest cost electric providers in the state. The survey ranks the 94 electric providers in Georgia based on average bill amounts for 500 kilowatt-hours (kWh), 1,000 kWh, 1,500 kWh, and 2,000 kWh use levels.


Your Satisfaction is Our Priority

A great deal of planning, equipment, staff, and training is needed to provide safe, reliable electricity to those we serve. We want to ensure our customer-owners feel good about the services we provide. Central Georgia Electric Membership Corporation uses the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) to measure our effectiveness in serving customer-owners. The ACSI is a nationally recognized measurement tool that takes feedback from customers and uses that data to develop an overall satisfaction score.