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    Pros

    Work with some great people. Very organized co-op/intern program.

    Cons

    On occasion, I was called out during weeks when I wasn't explicitly not on-call. Difficult to keep recurring arrangements.


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    Project Engineer Interview

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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Georgia Power (Cartersville, GA).

    Interview

    Very straightforward interview process, interview on site, they followed up in a few weeks. Safety is a big part of the culture, and you can be guaranteed they will ask you something about safety

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Website www.georgiapower.com
Headquarters Atlanta, GA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1945
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (USD) per year

Bigger than a giant peach, Georgia Power is the largest subsidiary of US utility holding company Southern Company. The regulated utility provides electricity to about 2.4 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers throughout most of Georgia. It has interests in 14 fossil-fueled, 2 nuclear, and 20 hydroelectric power plants that give it about 16,000 MW of generating capacity. When necessary the company purchases excess power from nine small power producers. Georgia Power sells wholesale electricity to several cooperatives and municipalities in the region. The ... More

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