The five members of the Georgia Public Service Commission voted unanimously on December 20 to approve a settlement (Docket No. 29849) with Georgia Power that will save the utility’s 2.5 million customers about $325 million over the next four years for cost overruns at the much-delayed Nuclear Plant Vogtle Construction Project.
Georgia Power won 4-1 approval (Docket No. 40161)on July 28 from Peach State regulators to spend $99 million in ratepayer funding to study a 7,000-acre site south of Columbus where the utility may someday construct a nuclear power plant.
The Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) approved Georgia Power’s request (Docket No. 3382) to reduce its fuel rates by an additional 15 percent on May 17.
Georgia Power – an investor-owned, utility that serves 2.4 million Peach State customers – announced on April 14 that its base electric rates will remain flat through 2019. This three-year rate assurance is in addition to a net reduction of approximately $2.50 in the overall … Read more…