Georgia Generating Station

Franklin, GA


The Georgia Generating Station is a 945-megawatt (MW), natural gas, simple-cycle, electric peaking generating station located in Heard County near Franklin, Georgia. Georgia consists of six General Electric (GE) Frame 7FA gas turbine generators used as a peaking facility, producing energy during periods of high demand (such as very hot or cold days). The plant also has the ability to generate power using fuel oil.

Indicative of DGC's commitment to protect the environment, a 44-acre wetland preservation area, including wood duck nesting boxes and heron nesting platforms, was established adjacent to Georgia.

Georgia Generating Station

Franklin, GA


2100 George Brown Road
Franklin, GA 30217


Natural Gas, Simple-Cycle Peaker

Nominal Capacity:

945 MW

Commercial Operation Date:

Phase 1/2 - 2001/2002

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