Staying Safe while Serving America during the COVID-19 Pandemic


Serving Our Communities During COVID-19

As an essential service provider, MetroPower has continued to serve our clients and our communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our branch in Albany—located near Georgia’s first “hot spot” for the virus—was proud to support Phoebe Putney on several projects related to the hospital’s COVID-19 response.

Many of our employees and their families have stepped up to support their communities:

Clare Pearson and her 94-year-old aunt, Virginia, have sewn more than 400 cloth masks to keep our employees and others safe. These masks were distributed to Colquitt County Regional Medical Center, Home Health, Phoebe Putney Hospital and MetroPower and ESS employees.

Candice Cox got a lead on hand sanitizer being made locally in Albany, and MPI purchased more than 30 gallons to distribute throughout MPI and CPI.

Greg Greenway and Andy Boyett worked to collect disposable suits, shoe covers and N95 masks and donated to them to Phoebe Putney.