Commissioner Tim Echols

Commissioner Since: January 1, 2011
Year Elected: 2010; re-elected 2016
Republican, Hoschton
Commissioner from District 2 MAP

A younger Tim Echols was selected by the Atlanta Airport Rotary Club as "Student of the Year" from his high school in 1978. While at the luncheon, he met Truett Cathy, a member of the Atlanta Airport Rotary Club. After the meeting, Truett invited Tim to come by his Hapeville office and there gave him a set of motivational tapes and a challenge. Echols said the tapes changed his life and as a result of listening to Zig Ziglar and his teaching, Tim set a goal to be a statewide elected official.

Shortly after graduating from UGA, Tim and his wife Windy founded TeenPact, a training experience for conservative high school students. The program began at the Georgia Capitol and now operates in all 50 states, having trained 60,000 students. After building TeenPact, Echols ran for and was elected to statewide office in 2010 serving as Public Service Commissioner.

The PSC's primary job is energy regulation. When Echols took office, Georgia was 34th in solar power. Now, the state is 9th in the nation for installed solar. In 2020, Conservatives for Clean Energy dubbed Echols the "Solar Architect of Georgia." Georgia will be 4th in installed solar by 2024.

Echols has also created the Clean Energy Roadshow that has traveled the state every summer for the last eleven years. This educational event travels to cities around the state helping commuters, businesses and municipal governments evaluate alternative fuel for their transportation and residential use.

Tim authored the December 2017 motion to keep Plant Vogtle moving forward. He believes carbon-free nuclear energy plus solar is the way forward for Georgia. He has represented the United States at the World Nuclear Exhibition for the last eight years.

Tim has tried to lead by example. He added solar hot water heating to his Athens home just before being sworn in. He bought a natural gas car, a propane van and now owns an electric car. Tim also led the effort to provide the Salvation Army and two other agencies with $5 million to help low income seniors in Atlanta with heating assistance. That program continues today. Tim created a pilot program to provide specially equipped IPADS to the hearing impaired to help them function more productively. Tim also led the PSC to increase the number of pediatric hearing aids in a program the PSC oversees.

Most recently, Tim rallied donors and the solar community to build and donate to the Hog Hammock Foundation a 16-panel solar pavilion for the community library on the remote island off Georgia’s coast. Sapelo is the home of one of the last remaining Gullah Geechee communities and this array provides free electricity to the library for the next 30 years. With help from YellaWood, Southern Current and EDF Renewables, Echols led the way to build this lasting asset.

Tim also has been at the forefront in fighting human sex trafficking. He created the "Unholy Tour" that helps policy makers see first-hand the harms of human trafficking. As a part of his efforts to educate the public about the harms of trafficking, Echols created the Wilberforce Fellowship that meets once per year at Jackson Lake in Newton County. Tim and Judge Tim Batten head up this effort.

Tim has a weekly radio show called Energy Matters airing on Cox Media Group and in four other Georgia media markets.

Tim most recently finished up a historical fiction book about the founding of the Jekyll Island Club entitled “Jean Marc of Jekyll.” The book is about the power of remarkable friendships.

Tim and his wife, Windy, have been married 40 years and they have seven children. He has 3 degrees from the University of Georgia and lives in Hoschton, Georgia.

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April 30, 2024 Yamaha Publicly Demonstrates Yamaha Hydrogen Powered Golf Car for First Time
April 18, 2024 Georgians want an electric grid they can count on
February 2, 2024 We’re utility commissioners for Georgia and Colorado. Here are key issues we see for an EV future.
November 29, 2023 Echols appointed to chair Nuclear Committee at National Association of Utility Commissioners
October 20, 2023 The Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce discusses future of energy in Middle Georgia
September 27, 2023 Taiwan is more than a pretty face
September 4, 2023 One on One with Richard Rogers | Ga. Public Service Commission
September 2, 2023 Commissioner Echols announces school glass recycling contest
August 23, 2023 Echols talks green energy on St. Simons Island
August 10, 2023 Opinion: With reactor online, it’s a new energy era in Georgia
August 8, 2023 Coming Clean: Episode 18- The Vogtle Vision
July 17, 2023 Energy-Saving Tips for Spring
June 27, 2023 Clean Energy Roadshow highlights fuel-efficient vehicles
June 23, 2023 13th Annual Clean Energy Roadshow in Savannah
June 23, 2023 13th annual Clean Energy Road Show held at the Savannah Civic Center
June 21, 2023 Clean Energy Roadshow showcasing alternative fuel vehicles headed to Augusta
June 13, 2023 13th Annual Clean Energy Roadshow heads back to Savannah
April 2, 2023 Echols to head up coastal Blessing of Shrimp Fleet event
March 16, 2023 On Your Side: Real ways to save more money
March 14, 2023 Georgia may be turning purple. It’s definitely turning green.
December 13, 2022 Public Service Commission Vice Chairman Tim Echols named Solar Advocate of the Year
December 6, 2022 Energy bills impacted by rising costs
October 28, 2022 City of Tybee employees testing electric vehicle before deciding to change fleet
September 23, 2022 Former adult entertainer attempting to save metro Atlanta girls from similar circumstance
July 27, 2022 Rooftop solar: Good for the economy, good for the grid
July 26, 2022 Georgia’s Integrated Resource Plan gets approval
July 22, 2022 Georgia PSC Approves Clean Energy Plan Offering More Solar Resources
July 6, 2022 Georgia officials work hard to prevent brownouts and blackouts
May 26, 2022 Georgia PSC 'getting lit up' with complaints about home solar ripoffs
April 22, 2022 Opinion: Georgia’s ushering in ‘New Energy’ economy
January 27, 2022 Georgia PSC commissioner touts clean energy during presentation to Albany Rotarians
January 15, 2022 Industrial batteries, more EV chargers and higher rates: Georgia's new year in power
November 18, 2021 Commissioner Echols attends green energy roadshow in Savannah
November 17, 2021 Georgia Roadshow Advocates Tout Alternative Fuel Options
September 7, 2021 Echols promoting use of CNG across state
September 7, 2021 Plant Vogtle reactor expected to be ready next year
August 31, 2021 Tim Echols visits Macon Transit Authority
August 31, 2021 Georgia Public Service Vice Chair visits MTA to applaud sustainability, electric buses
August 23, 2021 Jekyll Rotary hosts Georgia Public Service Commissioner
August 20, 2021 Georgians Seeking Rooftop Solar Face Higher Bills As Georgia Power Program Maxes Out
August 13, 2021 Tim Echols viewpoint: A proposal for how to clean up the city
August 12, 2021 Conference focuses on clean energy issues across Georgia
July 22, 2021 GA Public Service Commissioner visits Columbus to discuss the future of renewable energy
July 20, 2021 New broadband provider coming to Liberty, Long and Bryan counties
July 1, 2021 PSC Vice Chairman Echols Named 'Innovator of the Year'
June 16, 2021 Tim Echols Has Sea Turtle Wrapping On One-Of-A-Kind Panoz EV (Q&A)
May 28, 2021 Op-Ed By Georgia Commissioner Tim Echols: The Future Of Georgia Is Electric
May 19, 2021 My Heart Bleeds for Israel
April 22, 2021 State leaders advocating for sustainability on Tybee Island for Earth Day
March 18, 2021 Joe Biden: A Chance to Save the Day
March 3, 2021 Georgia Commissioner Tim Echols Explores Rivian At Georgia State Capitol
February 23, 2021 Opinion: A stitch in time preserves energy, too
February 19, 2021 Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols: Is our grid safe?
January 28, 2021 Georgia’s Recent Broadband Decisions with Georgia Public Services Commission
January 15, 2021 State, local leaders discuss alternative energy resources on Tybee Island
January 15, 2021 Electric car charging stations could be coming to Tybee Island
December 17, 2020 Viewpoint: Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols on fixing the state's digital divide
December 11, 2020 Tesla Owners In Atlanta Will Shut Down A Georgia Highway For A Guinness Record Attempt & A Stand Against Human Trafficking
December 9, 2020 GA Public Service Commissioner Echols presented key to City of Tybee
December 9, 2020 Cleantech Campus to give free office space to clean companies in Savannah
October 22, 2020 Cleantech incubator launched at Savannah’s SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex
September 12, 2020 Public Service Commission addresses COVID-19 concerns
July 27, 2020 An astronaut, car dealership, and commissioner
July 6, 2020 Moratorium on utility bills coming to an end
March 23, 2020 The Compelling Economic Benefits of Electric Vehicles
February 11, 2020 State Government System Not Broken
January 27, 2020 Georgia local and state law enforcement receive human trafficking training
January 13, 2020 Viewpoint: Georgia's Political System is Not Broken
January 7, 2020 David Blee a Triple Crown Winner
January 6, 2020 PSC Rate Case
January 6, 2020 A Republican Pushes to Revive Georgia's Electric Vehicle Market
December 11, 2019 Opinion: Power rate hike proposal focuses on customers, reliability
December 3, 2019 Georgia and Japan: A Valued Partnership
December 3, 2019 Tim Echols in Japan: Sushi, robots and fancy toilets
November 8, 2019 Georgia Climate Conference moves to action
November 7, 2019 Restoring Tax Credit Makes Sense...for now
October 22, 2019 ECHOLS: Biomass a viable alternative for Georgia
August 7, 2019 PSC and Georgia Power take ‘giant leap’ for environment
June 24, 2019 Confronting Anti-Semitism Head-On
April 30, 2019 Georgia Public Service Commissioner: My day as a Lyft driver
March 29, 2019 Savannah Morning News: Why Georgia Doesn't need the Green New Deal
March 26, 2019 Opinion: Why Georgia Doesn't Need the Green New Deal
February 15, 2019 Coastal Management Program: Brown Bag Presentation with Commissioner Echols
January 28, 2019 Commissioner Echols to Hold Press Conference on Update on Human Trafficking Efforts during Super Bowl LIII
November 5, 2018 WJBF-TV, Augusta, Plant Vogtle Jobs
October 11, 2018 Commissioner Echols to Give Remarks at S.T.E.M. Forum and Panel Discussion at Savannah State University on October 15
August 23, 2018 Brunswick News: State Officials Promote Environmental Awareness, Coastal Issues
August 22, 2018 WALB-TV, Albany, Georgia: Georgia Power Testing Solar Energy
August 6, 2018 Atlanta Business Chronicle Viewpoint with Commissioner Tim Echols: For Third Year, Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols ready for Dragon Con
July 31, 2018 WRBL-TV, Columbus, Human Trafficking on the Rise in Georgia
July 10, 2018 Clean Energy Roadshow to Visit Gwinnett on July 17, 2018
June 6, 2018 WTVM-TV, Columbus, Roadshow Highlighting Clean Energy Comes to Columbus
June 6, 2018 WRBL-TV, Columbus, Clean Energy Roadshow Highlights Alternative Fuels and Energy Sources
June 5, 2018 WTOC-TV, Savannah, Clean Energy Roadshow Tour Makes Stop in Columbus
June 1, 2018 WTVM-TV, Columbus, Unholy Tour, June 1, 2018
May 31, 2018 WRBL-TV, Columbus, Unholy Tour, May 31, 2018
May 25, 2018 Commissioner Echols to Host “Unholy Tour” in Columbus on May 31, 2018
May 18, 2018 Technology Authority of Georgia Joins Clean Energy Roadshow for 2018 Tour Dates
May 15, 2018 Atlanta Journal Constitution Opinion: EPA’s Pruitt helping set the world right again
February 23, 2018 Commissioner Echols to Address the American Nuclear Society in Augusta on Monday February 26, 2018
February 22, 2018 Commissioner Tim Echols Receives Trailblazer Award at Advanced Reactors V & Showcase at Texas A&M
February 15, 2018 Commissioner Echols to Host “Unholy Tour” in Columbus Informational Breakfast Set for Monday February 19, 2018
January 25, 2018 Commissioner Echols to Host “Unholy Tour” on January 29, 2018
January 11, 2018 Commissioner Echols to Host Community Clean Up and Educational Rally on Electric Vehicles to Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
January 2, 2018 Columbia County News Times: Letter: Let's help move Georgia toward a clean future
December 23, 2017 Atlanta Journal Constitution Guest Column: Finishing Plant Vogtle is best path for Georgia
December 22, 2017 Savannah Morning News Editorial : PSC Looks to the Future with Plant Vogtle Vote
December 21, 2017 Op-Ed: Pressing Forward with Nuclear Energy
December 21, 2017 Commissioner Echols motion on Vogtle Construction Monitoring Report 17
December 21, 2017 Atlanta Business Chronicle Viewpoint with Commissioner Eaton: Georgia is Pressing Forward with Nuclear Energy, Plant Vogtle Expansion
December 18, 2017 Augusta Chronicle : Editorial : A nuclear kick in the "gut"
October 23, 2017 Commissioner Tim Echols to Host Community Empowerment Workshop in November 1, 2017 in Macon, Georgia
October 23, 2017 Commissioner Tim Echols to Host Community Empowerment Workshop in October 31, 2017 in Columbus, Georgia
October 23, 2017 Commissioner Tim Echols and State Representative Carl Gilliard to Host Community Empowerment Workshop in November 2, 2017 in Savannah, Georgia
September 4, 2017 Public Utilities Fortnightly: Why Nuclear Energy is a Matter of National Security
August 28, 2017 Commissioner Echols to Host Clean Energy Roadshow and Seminar September 19, 2017 in Macon, Georgia
August 18, 2017 Commissioner Tim Echols Calls for Continued Construction of Plant Vogtle Nuclear Units in Wall Street Journal Op-Ed
July 28, 2017 Media Advisory: Commissioner Tim Echols and State Representative Spencer Frye to Host the Athens Sustainability Summit and Clean Energy Roadshow August 3, 2017 in Athens, Georgia
June 22, 2017 Media Advisory : Clean Energy Roadshow Vehicle Showcase at Savannah International Trade and Convention Center, June 27, 2017
June 9, 2017 Atlanta Business Chronicle: Why Exiting the Paris Accord Makes Sense
June 8, 2017 Echols to Address “Drive Across America” Natural Gas Vehicle Road Rally in DeKalb County on June 12, 2017
May 23, 2017 News Release : Commissioner Tim Echols Featured Speaker at Western Conference of Utility Regulators
May 11, 2017 Macon Telegraph : Plan in the Works for one of Georgia's Largest Solar Farms Near Robins
April 21, 2017 News Release : Commissioner Tim Echols Appointed as Vice-chair of Nuclear Waste Disposal Committee of National Utility Regulators Association
April 7, 2017 Atlanta Business Chronicle: Energiewende, frackng and lower rates
April 6, 2017 Brunswick News: Wind Energy Could Come to the Isles
March 8, 2017 Media Advisory : Echols to Host Dedication of Bulldog Movers 50 kW Rooftop Solar Installation
March 3, 2017 Henry Herald: NASCAR Does It Again
March 1, 2017 Savannah Morning News :Tim Echols: Casino gambling a bad bet for Georgia
January 19, 2017 Closing the Nuclear Fuel Cycle- the Ultimate in Recycling
January 19, 2017 Atlanta Journal Constitution Watchdog: Atlanta Sex Trafficking Tour Reveals the 'Hell of It'
January 10, 2017 Echols to Host “Unholy Tour” January 17, 2017
January 2, 2017 Echols Named to 100 Most Influential List
December 17, 2016 Athens Banner Herald : Echols’ brings passion for renewable energy to the Georgia Public Service Commission
December 3, 2016 Gainesville Times: Guest Column: PSC works to keep rates low, energy flowing
December 2, 2016 Gilmer County, Fetch Your News: Gilmer Opens New EV Charging Station with Georgia Power
September 20, 2016 WTGS-TV Savannah, Unholy Tour
September 20, 2016 WJCL-TV Savannah "Unholy Tour held in Savannah"
August 12, 2016 WSAV-TV, Savannah, Tim Echols to host human trafficking awareness tour
August 4, 2016 Atlanta Business Chronicle : Viewpoint: Wood pellet demand in U.K. holds promise for Georgia's forest industry
August 1, 2016 Commissioner Echols takes part in ribbon cutting at Buford facility to convert Methane Gas into Electricity
June 23, 2016 WJCL-TV, Savannah, Clean Road Show
June 21, 2016 WFXL-TV, Clean Energy Roadshow
June 21, 2016 WALB-TV, Albany, Clean Energy Roadshow
May 19, 2016 Atlanta Business Chronicle Viewpoint: Why the Public Service Commission Matters
May 9, 2016 Commissioner Echols will host 6th Annual Clean Energy Roadshow
April 14, 2016 Fayette Citizen: Merger Approved, Rates Frozen
April 13, 2016 WTOC-TV, Savannah, April 7, 2016, Meeting on Renewable Energy in Savannah
April 6, 2016 WGCLTV coverage of the Unholy Tour on March 2, 2016
March 2, 2016 Atlanta: Sex trafficking tour
March 2, 2016 WSB TV Atlanta : Lawmakers take "unholy tour" through city's prostituion hot spots
February 18, 2016 Atlanta Business Chronicle: Viewpoint: How Justice Antonin Scalia's death could impact Georgia
January 13, 2016 Georgia Public Broadcasting: Electric Vehicle Sales in Georgia Drop
January 6, 2016 News: Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols Addresses Central High School’s Student Leaders
December 16, 2015 Online Athens: Solar Power Project Will Benefit UGA and Georgia Power
November 1, 2015 Public Utilities Fortnightly : Georgia: On Becoming a Social Media Junkie
September 3, 2015 Spark: Public Utilities Fortnightly: The Mean Power Plan
August 12, 2015 Atlanta Journal Constitution: A Rooftop Revolution?
August 12, 2015 Atlanta Journal Constitution: Guest Column:EPA Grants Higher Energy Costs, Burdens
August 5, 2015 Atlanta Business Chronicle: Viewpoint: EPA's 'Clean Power Plan' is a mistake
June 27, 2015 Business in Savannah News: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow Rolls into City
June 26, 2015 Valdosta Daily Times: Alternative Fuels Highlighted at VSU
June 25, 2015 Brunswick News: Public Service Commissioner Pushes for Alternative Fuel Vehicles
June 22, 2015 Valdosta Times: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow coming to Valdosta
June 22, 2015 Alternative Fuel Roadshow rolling into Decatur
June 17, 2015 Albany Herald: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow Stops in Albany
June 14, 2015 Albany Herald: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow coming to Albany
June 12, 2015 Cartersville Daily Tribune News: Tellus Event to Showcase Alternative Fuel
June 9, 2015 Gainesville Times: "Alt-Fuel vehicles roadshow goes on in wake of new fee, credit cut
May 4, 2015 Commissioner Echols to Host 5th Annual Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow
April 3, 2015 Echols Kicks Off Re-election Campaign
March 5, 2015 Atlanta Business Chronicle: Viewpoint: Electric Vehicles and Georgia's Future
March 5, 2015 Echols to Host “Unholy Tour” March 10, 2015
February 6, 2015 Echols shares his experience with electric cars
February 4, 2015 From the Office of Commissioner Tim Echols: Echols Presents Award for Innovation to Windstream Communications
January 21, 2015 Echols Hosts “Unholy Tour” to Highlight Human Trafficking in Atlanta
January 13, 2015 Atlanta Journal Constitution: Keep Georgia's EV Tax Credit in Place
January 2, 2015 Atlanta Business Chronicle: A New Year's Resolution on Recycling
December 15, 2014 Atlanta Business Chronicle: How Truett Cathy Changed a Young Person's Life
December 10, 2014 E&E News: Climate Wire: Regulators ask state lawmakers for leeway to comply with EPA's Clean Power Plan
December 2, 2014 James Magazine: 5 Things You Need to Know About Georgia's Energy
November 29, 2014 Savannah Morning News: Utility and Regulators Push Back on Carbon Cutting Plan for Georgia
October 21, 2014 Atlanta Business Chronicle: Turning old bombs into carbon-free electricity
October 8, 2014 Op-Ed: Five Things You Need to Know About Georgia's Energy
September 25, 2014 Commissioner Tim Echols to Speak in Savannah on September 26, 2014
September 4, 2014 Echols Hosts Lunch and Learn Session on Human Trafficking in the Atlanta Metro Area
August 8, 2014 Atlanta Business Chronicle: Echols: Georgia has a good start using wind energy
July 29, 2014 Commissioner Echols Remarks at EPA Clean Power Rules Hearing in Atlanta, Georgia on July 29, 2014
July 21, 2014 Georgia EMC Magazine: EPA Regulations on the Way
July 8, 2014 Atlanta Journal Constitution Guest Column: Regulations Could Exceed EPA Authority
June 27, 2014 Atlanta Business Chronicle Guest Column: EPA Regs Will Hurt Business and Consumers
June 16, 2014 Columbia News Times: Alternative Fueled Vehicles Roadshow Comes to Columbia County
June 16, 2014 Athens Banner Herald Editorial: New Carbon Rule is Administrative Overreach
June 4, 2014 Georgia Power Adding Wind, Boosting Solar
June 2, 2014 Georgia Trend:Sustainable Georgia: Charging Up
May 29, 2014 Brunswick News, May 23, 2014: Georgia Power to Buy Wind Energy
May 12, 2014 Athens Banner Herald : UGA Installs First Public Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charger in Athens Area
May 7, 2014 From the Office of Commissioner Tim Echols: Echols’ Electric Car Gets First Charge at UGA
April 22, 2014 A Tribute to My Mom
April 14, 2014 Tifton Gazette, April 11, 2014: Commissioner Echols Visits UGA Tifton Campus
March 18, 2014 Commission Urges Congress to Act to End Georgia Ratepayers Fees for Nuclear Waste Disposal Site
March 3, 2014 Opinion: Atlanta Business Chronicle: Wrong Idea Wrong Time (on Electric Vehicle Tax Credit)
February 14, 2014 4th Annual Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow Announces Georgia Host Cities for Statewide Tour in June
December 4, 2013 Op Ed: Holidays are good time to find ways to serve humanity
September 6, 2013 Savannah Morning News "Savannah Explores Electric Car Future"
September 6, 2013 Op Ed Celebration of Marriage
July 26, 2013 Athens Banner Herald Editorial: Nuclear Power Can Be Economic Boon to Southeast
July 18, 2013 Echols questions Georgia Power on overruns
July 17, 2013 PSC approves energy plan
July 5, 2013 Op Ed Athens Banner Herald Germans have interesting model for energy transition
July 1, 2013 Commissioner Tim Echols Reports on Study of German Energy Policies
June 20, 2013 Roadshow in Columbus: WRBL-TV
June 20, 2013 Roadshow in Columbus: WTVM-TV
June 7, 2013 Echols brings Roadshow to Macon
June 3, 2013 Echols takes Roadshow to Athens
May 30, 2013 Echols and Atl Fuel Vehicle Roadshow comes to Athens
May 16, 2013 Georgia lauded for natural gas deregulation
April 24, 2013 NEM to Confer Public Service Leadership and Industry Leadership Awards
March 15, 2013 Public service commissioner talks Vogtle, rate increases for customers
February 15, 2013 When $5 is better than free
January 12, 2013 Georgia Power shutting plants to meet federal environmental regulations
December 23, 2012 New Nuclear Plant Hits Some Snags
November 30, 2012 PSC lowers electric rates
November 2, 2012 Energy Efficiency saves everyone money
October 26, 2012 Echols: Time to reassert value of working with hands
October 11, 2012 Commissioner Echols attends grand opening of largest CNG facility in state
August 1, 2012 Opinion “What Chicago and Boston May not Know About Chick-Fil-A”
June 12, 2012 WTOC-TV, Savannah “Cars of the Future Already on the Road” - Part 2
June 12, 2012 WTOC-TV, Savannah “Cars of the Future Already on the Road” - Part 1
June 9, 2012 Atlanta Business Chronicle Op-Ed “When as Adverb is Worth $3.2 Million”
May 18, 2012 Athens Banner Herald Op-Ed “No one is above the law”
May 11, 2012 Guest Column “No One Is Above the Law”
May 8, 2012 Photos of Commissioner Echols for download: Photo 3
May 8, 2012 Photos of Commissioner Echols for download: Photo 2
May 8, 2012 Photos of Commissioner Echols for download: Photo 1
April 26, 2012 Atlanta Business Chronicle editorial ”Finally Some Good News on the Energe Front“
April 11, 2012 Editorial “One Is the Loneliest Number‘
March 13, 2012 WSAV-TV, Savannah “State, Local Officials Investigate Cause of White Bluff Road Gas Leaks”
March 13, 2012 WTOC-TV, Savannah “Truman Parkway Construction Halted After Gas Line Rupture”
February 6, 2012 Op-Ed “Echols Seeks Reforms for Nuclear Waste management”
December 26, 2011 Op-Ed Athens Banner Herald: Solar Energy Subsidy Raises Questions
November 4, 2011 Atlanta Business Chronicle Op-Ed "Coal, Jobs and Your Electric Bill"
August 31, 2011 Commissioner Tim Echols Releases Synopsis of Spent Nuclear Fuel Management Symposium
July 29, 2011 Atlanta Journal Constitution guest editorial: “Solar Power Wins a Convert”
July 8, 2011 Op-Ed Atlanta Business Chronicle “Solar Power Means Jobs, Development”
July 7, 2011 Debate in the House of Representatives, February 12, 1991 on House Bill 280, the Integrated Resources Plan. The measure passed 148-25. - House - Tape 13, side 1 - Feb. 12, 1991, Day 19 & Feb. 13, 1991, Day 20
July 7, 2011 Debate in the House of Representatives, February 12, 1991 on House Bill 280, the Integrated Resources Plan. The measure passed 148-25. - House - Tape 12, side 2 - Feb. 12, 1991, Day 19
July 7, 2011 Debate in the House of Representatives, February 12, 1991 on House Bill 280, the Integrated Resources Plan. The measure passed 148-25. - House - Tape 12, side 1 - Feb. 12, 1991, Day 19
June 30, 2011 Commissioner Echols Announces All Aboard the Solar Express on July 29, 2011
June 21, 2011 Op-Ed, Athens Banner Herald: “All Aboard the Solar Express”
June 13, 2011 Commissioner Echols Requests Commission Probe of Georgia Charter Bus Company Grounded by Feds
June 10, 2011 Commissioner Echols Holds Summit with Georgia Charter Bus Companies
June 1, 2011 Commissioner Echols to Hold Press Event in Brunswick on Solar Energy at Commercial Business
May 20, 2011 Commissioner Echols to Host East Coweta High School Students for High Energy Leadership Program
May 12, 2011 Commissioner Echols Hosts Meeting to Promote Macon-Atlanta Passenger Rail
May 3, 2011 Commissioner Echols Heads to Washington to Discuss Nuclear Waste Management and Disposal Issues
April 4, 2011 Commissioner Echols to Tour Suniva, Inc. Facility in Norcross, Georgia
March 31, 2011 Commissioner Echols Speaks in Savannah About Nuclear Waste
March 25, 2011 Op-ed, Athens Banner Herald: "Get the Feds out of Nuclear Waste Business"
March 11, 2011 Commissioner Echols Announces Sting on "Rogue" Movers in Georgia
March 10, 2011 Commissioner Echols to Attend Saint Patrick's Day in Savannah
March 6, 2011 Echols-Facility Is Impressive - Page 2
March 6, 2011 Echols-Facility Is Impressive - Page 1
March 5, 2011 PSC Official Visits Cumming Kiwanis - Page 2
March 5, 2011 PSC Official Visits Cumming Kiwanis - Page 1
February 16, 2011 Commissioner Echols Supports Nuclear Waste Resolution Calls on Federal Government to Proceed with Yucca Mountain
February 9, 2011 Atlanta Journal Constitution op-ed "Georgia Should Lead South in Vehicles Running on Natural Gas"
February 8, 2011 WSAV-TV Savannah "Alternative Fuel Cars Stop in Savannah"
February 8, 2011 Athens Banner Herald op-ed "Alternative means non-foreign"
February 8, 2011 Savannah Morning News "Commissioner Echols hopes Discussions Spur Ideas on Alternative Fuel Vehicles"
January 21, 2011 New PSC official becomes alternative fuel commuter
January 20, 2011 Commissioner Echols to display his personal CNG car at Capitol
January 19, 2011 Commissioner Echols to Announce Low Income Assistance Program for Natural Gas Customers
January 19, 2011 "Why Compressed Natural Gas Is Right for Georgia" Athens Banner Herald
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