At Atlanta Gas Light, we believe there is more than a good way to do business; there is a right way. We've been serving Georgia — and have been a stable partner in the community — for decades, and we will continue to be for as long as people need energy for their homes and businesses.
Part of doing business the right way is being an active participant in the economic development of our service area. AGL Resources, our parent company, offers a statewide, full-service economic development program for companies seeking to relocate, build or expand in Georgia. AGL Resources experts provide leadership, knowledge and resources in helping customers choose development sites or plan expansions of their businesses. The result of this service leads to the creation of jobs and the economic growth of Georgia communities.
Partnering with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, AGL Resources and Atlanta Gas Light help Georgia communities grow. The development of jobs directly affects the growth of the state's tax base, enhancing the quality of life for all Georgians.
For more information, call our managing director for economic development, Randy Cardoza, at 404-584-3122, or e-mail him at email@example.com.
AGL Resources is a proud member of Georgia Allies, a public-private partnership that provides marketing, leadership and innovation to attract, retain and grow jobs and capital investment across the state. To learn more about the Georgia Allies partnership, visit its site at the Georgia Department of Economic Development.Other Georgia Economic Development Resources
Georgia Department of Economic Development: The state economic development agency provides complete location and expansion services.
Georgia Facts: This public-private Web resource for economic development includes county-by-county building and site information.
University System of Georgia’s Intellectual Capital Partnership Program: ICAPP connects the intellectual resources of Georgia's 35 public college and universities to the state's business community in innovative ways.
Georgia Chamber of Commerce: The “unified voice” of Georgia’s business community.
Georgia Department of Community Affairs: DCA manages Georgia’s tax credit incentives programs.
Georgia Quick Start: The state employee training program for new and expanding companies.
Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute: The Enterprise Innovation Institute helps companies improve their competitiveness through the application of science, technology and innovation.
Georgia Student Finance Commission: Administers the HOPE Scholarship, Georgia’s unique scholarship program for high school graduates, and other sources of financial aid.
One Georgia Authority: Provides assistance to rural communities to attract new and assist expanding companies.
Technical College System of Georgia: Oversees the technical colleges and offers training programs for businesses that help them maintain and grow the skilled workforces needed to stay competitive in today’s economy.
Georgia State Board of Worker's Compensation: Oversees the Worker’s Compensation System.