PowerSouth News Center

PowerSouth News

CEO Column

NERC and the EPA Clean Power Plan | September 15, 2015

The White House stated the Clean Power Plan will establish our president’s legacy. What that legacy will be remains to be seen.



Annual Reports

Powerlines Archives

More Publications >>

Storm Center

PowerSouth Prepares For Hurricane Season

Hurricane season begins June 1, and as always, safety is PowerSouth’s highest priority. The Weather Channel Professional Division expects a total of nine named storms, five hurricanes and one major hurricane during the 2015 Atlantic season. 

Year round, safety is PowerSouth’s number-one priority. A company-wide Emergency Response Plan thoroughly details preparation and restoration guidelines for natural disasters. Employees are involved in emergency response and know their role and how to execute the plan accordingly. We hold annual drills to ensure we operate smoothly and effectively.

There are a lot of things to consider before, during and after a hurricane, and advance preparation is very beneficial. 

Get Prepared >>


Energy Awareness

You flip a switch. You plug in. The electricity flows. And somewhere not far away, a turbine turns and a generator spins to produce the electricity we all depend on.

Learn More >>

Energy Efficiency

Conserving today means saving tomorrow. Rising energy costs. Climate change. These are complex issues. Lowering your monthly electric bill? That's easy.

Learn More >>

Energy For Learning

PowerSouth realizes the importance of energy education in the communities we serve. Throughout the PowerSouth system our distribution members offer a variety of education programs for all ages. Programs include:

  • Cooperative Critters
  • Safety City
  • The Van De Graaff Generator
  • Riverworks Discovery

Learn More >>

Media Kit

For more information about PowerSouth and our distribution members, please contact Mark Ingram, Communication Manager at (334) 427-3330 or download our Media Kit.

Quick Facts:

  • PowerSouth is the 13th largest privately owned business in Alabama.
  • PowerSouth employs 571 (as of Dec. 31, 2014) at nine sites in Alabama and Florida.
  • PowerSouth has assets in excess of $1.8 billion.
  • With a combined generating capacity of more than 2,000 megawatts, PowerSouth utilizes a diverse generating mix of natural gas, coal and hydroelectricity.
  • PowerSouth’s expansive network of transmission assets includes more than 2,200 miles of line and nearly 300 substations.

2027 East Three Notch Street | Andalusia, AL 36421 | PO Box 550 | Andalusia, AL 36420 | (334) 427-3000 | info@powersouth.com