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All Public Service Commission hearings and meetings are open to the public and can be attended in person at our hearing room – Room 110, 244 Washington Street, Atlanta, GA 30334. Commission hearings and meetings also can be viewed live via the Commission’s YouTube channel.
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Electric, gas and telephone utilities serve millions of customers in Georgia, but there are many customers who can't afford gas, electricity or basic phone service without the help of payment assistance programs. Many electric, gas, and telephone utility companies offer payment plans to their customers who qualify. They may allow deferred payment for those who cannot pay their whole bill or delay disconnection for customers trying to pay their bills. Many civic groups, charitable organizations, and churches in local communities provide payment assistance to low income customers. For more information, contact your gas, electric, or telephone service provider.
The spread of COVID-19 taught Georgia and the United States to use innovative ways of keeping our workforces and workplaces healthy. To assist in that effort the Georgia Public Service Commission utilized Alternative Electronic Filing Procedures. As the state and country move toward post-COVID life, the PSC will continue to utilize the procedures outlined below for the convenience of everyone who utilizes our services.
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The mission of the Georgia Public Service Commission is to exercise its authority and influence to ensure that consumers receive safe, reliable and reasonably priced telecommunications, electric and natural gas services from financially viable and technically competent companies.
August 30, 2023 – (ATLANTA) – The Public Service Commission’s Public Interest Advocacy (PIA) Staff and Georgia Power have reached an agreement where – if adopted by the PSC Commissioners – all issues of Plant Vogtle prudency review would be resolved.
The proposed stipulation would cap the recovery from ratepayers of all capital construction costs for Units 3 and 4 at Plant Vogtle at $7.562 billion. This is a significant reduction from the $10.188 billion Georgia Power has said it expects to have spent by the time Vogtle Units 3 and 4 come into commercial operation. If adopted by the Commissioners, Georgia Power ratepayers would save $2.626 billion.
Prudency intervenors that signed the proposed stipulation include Georgia Watch, Georgia Interfaith Power and Light, Partnership for Southern Equity, and the Georgia Association of Manufacturers.
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Georgia Power Company's CARES 2023 Utility Scale Renewable RFP
(Posted 9/28/2023 2:51pm EST)
RFP to Perform Agreed-Upon Procedures on One or More Contributors to the Universal Access Fund
(Posted 6/8/2023 11:30am EST)
Georgia Power Company’s 2023 Distributed Generation (DG) RFP
(Updated 5/15/2023 8:20am EST)
Georgia Power Company’s 2023 Biomass RFP
(Posted 12/20/2022 1:00pm EST)
GPSC RFP for Electronic Filing Management System
(Posted 6/7/2022 11:30am EST)
GPSC RFP for Telecommunications Hearing Aid Distribution Program Provider for the State of Georgia
(Posted 3/1/2022 1:00pm EST)
Regulated Provider of Natural Gas Service 2021-2023 RFP
(Posted 10/15/2020 6:13pm EST)