Daryl Ingram is the Sr. Vice President of External Affairs for the Electric Cities of Georgia (ECG). His areas of responsibilities include the strategic planning and oversight of ECG’s Economic & Community Development and Legislative & Regulatory services.
Daryl and his staff actively recruit and assist companies in expanding and locating new business operations within the state of Georgia. ECG’s economic and community development group works closely with community leadership in providing consultation on community marketing strategies and best practices.
Through ECG’s Legislative and Regulatory service Daryl acts as a single point of contact with the State of Georgia on legislative, regulatory and economic development opportunities relative to the organizations membership.
Since 1957 ECG has served as the voice of Public Power in Georgia. ECG is a local community advocate that provides economic and strategic services to community-owned utility systems. ECG recognizing that a community-owned utility infuses the local economy and ECG exists to provide resources to ensure structural reliability and economic success.