With more juice than a ripe Georgia peach, the Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia (MEAG Power) supplies wholesale electric power. The authority has a generating capacity of 2,069 MW through its interests in nuclear and fossil-fueled plants. Some 44% of the energy MEAG Power delivered in 2010 came from its nuclear plants. MEAG Power transmits electricity to 48 municipal and one county distribution systems across Georgia that in turn serve some 600,000 consumers. It utilizes a transmission network that is co-owned by all the power suppliers in Georgia, although it is considering joining a regional transmission organization (RTO) to further defray costs.