Powering Your Business

Expert resources to benefit you and keep your business running.

Helping businesses manage their energy solutions and grow

Cobb EMC is proud to provide jobs in the communities we serve by energizing large employers and encouraging investment and job growth in our region. Electric co-ops like ours are locally owned and controlled by our members to serve their needs. We're here to ensure our business members receive the best customer service at an affordable rate. Our team is available to help with customized, competitive rates, energy savings  and other resources to help you make smart energy investments. Beyond this, we invest in our neighborhoods by supporting local schools and nonprofits that help make our community a better place to live, work and play. We act like neighbors because we are neighbors.


Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicle Resources

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Find Resources & Rebates

Let us help you lead the charge! We have electric vehicle (EV) resources for your business needs, including EV charger rebates. 

Renewable Energy Credits

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Get Clean Energy

Cobb EMC offers RECs for purchase for members who want to support sustainability and meet their corporate clean energy goals.

Renewable Energy Source

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Clean Energy Options

We offer renewable energy in our portfolio. Additionally, we have 2,300 MWh of solar energy on campus, battery storage, a Solar Flower Garden, and solar car canopies to help power our operations, transition to a lower-carbon future and serve as a resource to our members interested in clean energy options. 

Programs and Services

Natural Gas Savings

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Discounts from Gas South

Receive a permanent discount on natural gas service from Gas South.

Business Security Solutions

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EMC Security

Cobb EMC has partnered with EMC Security to offer home and business security solutions to Cobb EMC members. 

New Service Requests

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Builders and Developers

Find important information for new service requests and installation.

Energy Savings

Energy Audit

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Request a Free Energy Audit

Cobb EMC has energy advisors on staff who can provide a free energy audit to help identify ways for you to save energy. 

Business Energy Advisor

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Energy Management Tools

Access energy management tools and resources designed for business members.

Our Service and Reliability

Cobb EMC’s key to superior reliability is offering service from a variety of sources. Each of our more than 200 distribution circuits is tied in with others so, if necessary, power can be delivered from an adjoining circuit.

Large industrial/commercial members also benefit from the Integrated Transmission System (ITS), which makes backup equipment from all suppliers in the state available (regardless of ownership) in the event of an emergency.

We offer a variety of standard voltages, both single-phase and three-phase, to meet the requirements of any project. Businesses may choose either overhead or underground service. Both offer switching capabilities for backup sources of power. Underground service has a looped distribution system so our crews can perform work on either side of the loop.

Cobb EMC’s state-of-the-art Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system helps us achieve consistent reliability. Our Power Control technicians monitor all substations 24/7. They are able to perform functions remotely and to instantly know the operating condition of equipment. This means we can preventatively maintain the system and efficiently respond to abnormal conditions, if they occur, without lost time from site visits or circuit overloads.


    Cobb EMC works with local & state agencies to attract businesses and help our economy grow. Large power users may choose their supplier for new facility construction through the Georgia Legislature’s Georgia Territorial Electric Service Act (GTESA) of 1973. With a connected load of over 900 kilowatts or greater, you may have a choice! Companies interested in learning more about available sites and buildings in Georgia can use Georgia EMC's Georgia Center for Site Selection.