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Atlanta, February 21, 2020 - The Georgia Public Service Commission (Commission) will hold its regularly scheduled Telecommunications, Facilities Protection, Energy and Administrative Affairs Committee meetings on Thursday February 27.
The Telecommunications Committee will convene at 9:30 a.m. immediately followed by the Facilities Protection Committee, Administrative Affairs Committee and the Energy Committee meeting.
Atlanta, February 17, 2020 - The Georgia Public Service Commission (Commission) will hold its regular Administrative Session on Tuesday February 18, 2020 at 9:30 a.m. The meeting will take place in room 110 at 244 Washington Street, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia.
January 21, 2020 – (ATLANTA) The Public Service Commission, on Tuesday, elected Commissioner Chuck Eaton as the Chairman of the Commission for 2020 and 2021.
Every two years, Commissioners may elect a new chairman with a simple majority vote. Rules for the Chairman’s election can be found in Georgia Code 46-2-5(a).
December 19, 2019 – (ATLANTA) The Public Service Commission, on Thursday, completed the Atlanta Gas Light rate case by voting unanimously for a motion filed by Commissioner Chuck Eaton that approves new rates but also requires the company to increase safety measures and customer service.
December 17, 2019 – (ATLANTA) The Public Service Commission, on Tuesday, completed the Georgia Power rate case by voting for a stipulated agreement with Georgia Power combined with a motion drawn up by Commission Vice-Chair Tim Echols.
"While not perfect, much about our energy delivery system is top-drawer," Commissioner Echols said. "Smart meters allow instant reconnection — and many states do not have them yet. Georgia does. We have replaced all of our old cast iron and bare steel pipe underground. Many states have not. And we have prioritized a diverse energy portfolio treating the grid much like you do your 401(k). This approach helps us hedge against spikes in fuel prices or unintended consequences like we saw with the oil tanker crisis in the Middle East recently that sent gas prices soaring."