Quick Facts About NGEMC
May 11, 1936 as a not-for-profit electric cooperative.
Total Number of Metering Points
Catoosa, Chattooga, Floyd, Gordon, Murray, Walker, and Whitfield in Northwest Georgia.
First Thursday in August - NGEMC's 80th Annual Meeting is scheduled for Aug. 4, 2016 at the Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center.
34 substations, approximately 6,400 miles of line.
NGEMC is a winter-peaking system, with an all-time peak demand of 754 megawatts on Jan. 7, 2014.
85% residential customers, 15% commercial/industrial customers.
60% residential, 40% commercial/industrial.
As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, NGEMC is fully supported by its member-owner-rate payers, receiving no public tax monies or publicly/privately held investment funding.
Dalton, Fort Oglethorpe, Trion and Calhoun
NGEMC partners with Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia EMC, Southeast Industrial Development Association (SEIDA), TVA, local Joint Development Authorities, local communities and other utilities.
North Georgia EMC is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors elected to three-year terms by the membership of the co-op. This board sets policy and oversees the operation of the organization. The President and CEO, oversees daily operations of NGEMC with assistance from management staff and approximately 175 employees who work at NGEMC's four offices in Calhoun, Dalton, Fort Oglethorpe and Trion.