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Georgia Bulk Transmission Permitting Process (GA)

The steps of the Georgia bulk transmission permitting process are summarized in the chart below. Roll over each section for a summary of the regulations and permits it covers. Click a section to learn more about the required permits and regulations related to that topic.

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Bulk Transmission Development in Georgia

The Georgia electric grid is part of North American Electric Reliability Corporation’s (NERC) Eastern Interconnection. In Georgia, the Southeastern Electric Reliability Corporation (SERC) is the regional entity, under NERC, charged with developing reliability standards and monitoring compliance for all owners, operators, and users of the bulk electric system. SERC is the primary balancing authority in Georgia managing the transmission system.

In Georgia, there are a number of investor-owned, independent, and cooperative transmission providers, including:

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