Wed., July 6, 2011 9:46pm
State utility regulators heard arguments Wednesday over a plan intended to protect consumers from potential cost over-runs of the nuclear expansion of Plant Vogtle. More than a dozen people went before the Public Service Commission to voice their concerns over the project itself.
Mon., December 20, 2010 4:27pm
A Georgia Tech study concludes that if the state invested in more renewable energy, it would eventually result in lower electricity rates.
Mon., November 29, 2010 1:00am
Georgia Power goes before the Public Service Commission Wednesday to present a reduced rate hike request. Consumer watch groups say the increase is still too high.
Tue., November 2, 2010 9:19am
Voters go to the polls to decide who will fill some of the state’s most powerful posts, including the governor’s office, and a seat in the US senate. Georgians will also decide on a race that seems to be off most people’s radar- the Public Service Commission- and the post has a lot of influence over a basic need of everyone- energy.
Wed., September 1, 2010 12:31am
The Public Service Commission got an earful of utility customer anger. The PSC was in Savannah to hear public comments on a proposal that would allow Georgia Power to hike its rates by more than $10 a month for the average customer. Dozens of speakers rose to excoriate the utility during the two hour hearing.
Sat., January 23, 2010 9:57am
A Georgia watchdog group is calling on the governor's consumer affairs chie