Southern Company is honored to be a preferred energy partner for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and federal agencies across the country. We believe in the importance of protecting critical infrastructure and America’s way of life.
Our mission is to provide clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy to the customers and communities we serve. With a track record of industry-leading performance, all-of-the-above strategy and goal of net zero operations by 2050, we are a holistic energy provider that will deliver the full range of offerings.
With a strong customer-focused commitment, our Federal Services team will work with your organization to develop economical solutions that support your unique energy mandates, sustainability goals and operational readiness capabilities.
In October 2023, Southern Company and the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) announced a new Memorandum of Understanding to develop carbon-free energy options for federal facilities within our electric service territories. Through industry-leading innovation and a commitment to a net zero future, we are a trusted partner delivering sustainable and resilient energy solutions that enable supportability, maximize efficiency and augment operational capabilities.
Our family of regulated and unregulated companies draw on diverse energy sources to create the best mix for our different customers and service areas. Offerings include renewables, carbon-free nuclear, liquified and compressed natural gas, microgrids, energy storage, fleet electric transportation and energy-efficiency solutions.
We leverage our leading distributed energy infrastructure company and other innovative technology to better serve every customer every day. Our solutions redefine resilience.
Connect with our Federal Team today to build a more resilient tomorrow.
Southern Company is playing a key role in protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure against existential threats, including national disasters and physical and cyber-attacks, as a part of a national energy policy.
Southern Company Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors, Tom Fanning, is a well-respected thought leader in the cybersecurity field and leads the coordination between the electric power industry and the federal government to improve the collective defense of the nation’s most critical infrastructure. He holds leadership positions with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Cybersecurity Advisory Committee, Cyberspace Solarium Commission and the Tri-sector Executive Working Group.
Southern Company understands that delivering the future of energy requires that we protect that future. That’s why we deploy multiple layers of security to help ensure the resilience of our system. “Cybersecurity has become paramount, day in and day out,” explains Martin Davis, chief information officer for Southern Company. “As a critical part of the infrastructure of the United States, we’ve got to protect it at all costs.” Just as cyber threats are ever-changing, Southern Company is ever-diligent in its efforts to protect its technological assets.
Anniston Army Depot
Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Yuma
Little Creek-Fort Story
Naval Construction Battalion Center in Gulfport
Robins Air Force Base
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Tinker Airforce Base
The Southern Company system has set a greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goal of net zero emissions by 2050. We put customers at the center of everything we do, building a sustainable workforce and making sure that communities are better off because we’re there. This approach is embedded in our values and our DNA, and we know that it is the right way to drive long-term performance.
In 2020, the system reduced GHG emissions 52% from its 2007 benchmark levels, exceeding its intermediate 2030 goal to reduce GHG emissions by 50%. Our history of performance and the partnerships we've fostered with business, government and research institutes make our progressive energy solutions a reality.