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Project One Senior Lien

Moody's
A1
S&P
A
Fitch
A-

Project One Subordinated Lien

Moody's
A2
S&P
A-
Fitch
BBB+

General Resolution Projects Senior Lien

Moody's
A1
S&P
A
Fitch
A-

General Resolution Projects Subordinated Lien

Moody's
A2
S&P
A-
Fitch
BBB+

Combined Cycle Project

Moody's
A1
S&P
A-
Fitch
BBB+

Vogtle Units 3&4 Project M

Moody's
A2
S&P
A
Fitch
BBB+

Vogtle Units 3&4 Project J

Moody's
Baa1
S&P
A
Fitch
BBB+

Vogtle Units 3&4 Project P

Moody's
Baa2
S&P
BBB+
Fitch
BBB+
Edward E. Easterlin

On behalf of MEAG Power, I would like to welcome you to our investor relations website. We appreciate your interest and investments in MEAG Power bonds. They allow us to make critical investments in public infrastructure throughout our service area.

I hope you find this website useful as you seek to better understand the credit fundamentals of MEAG Power. Please don't hesitate to contact our team with any questions. Thanks again for your interest in our bond program.

Edward E. Easterlin, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

News & Highlights

January 25, 2021

News
Plant Vogtle Unit 4 begins Integrated Flush

The following is a Georgia Power news release:


Plant Vogtle Unit 4 has begun integrated flush, the testing process that pushes water through the permanent plant system piping that feeds into the reactor vessel and reactor coolant loops. This is the latest in a number of significant milestones recently achieved at the Vogtle nuclear expansion project and marks another step towards operations and providing customers with a clean, carbon-free energy source.

Last month the project received the historic first nuclear fuel shipment for Vogtle Unit 3, placed the two-million-pound roof of the Vogtle Unit 4 shield building and completed the pre-operational condenser vacuum test of the Vogtle Unit 3 turbine system in preparation for hot functional testing.

Integrated flush represents a critical step as the process is key to helping ensure the safe startup of Unit 4 and marks the start of extensive testing ahead for the unit's systems. Over the next few months, site personnel at the Vogtle nuclear expansion project will work through this process to clean and test the system piping ahead of testing of Unit 4.

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December 14, 2020

News
Condenser Vacuum Testing on Vogtle Unit 3 Completed

The following is a Georgia Power news release:


Georgia Power today announced the completion of the pre-operational condenser vacuum test of the Vogtle Unit 3 turbine system. The milestone marks another step for the Vogtle 3 & 4 nuclear expansion project toward operations and providing customers with a clean, carbon-free energy source for the next 60 to 80 years.

The test was conducted with the main turbine on turning gear and by operating supporting systems to establish the condenser vacuum, which is necessary to demonstrate the steam supply and water-cooling systems operate together and are ready to support hot functional testing and initial fuel load in the reactor.

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December 11, 2020

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Plant Vogtle Vogtle Unit 4 shield building roof set

The following is a Georgia Power news release:


The two-million-pound roof of the Vogtle Unit 4 shield building has been set into place at the Plant Vogtle nuclear expansion project near Waynesboro, Georgia. With this placement, there is now one last major crane lift remaining for Vogtle Unit 4, the CB-20 module, which is part of the AP1000 reactor’s advanced passive safety system. The Vogtle Unit 4 shield building roof placement comes just days after the receipt of the first nuclear fuel shipment for Vogtle Unit 3, representing the first nuclear fuel shipment for the AP1000 reactor in the U.S.

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