Georgia: Attend Vogtle Hearing – Oppose Nuclear Plant’s Soaring Costs!
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December 10, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Since 2011, Georgia Power customers have been paying around $10/month on their electric bills for costs associated with the still under construction nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle.
Plant Vogtle’s nuclear expansion is a high-risk energy project that is more than five years delayed due to mismanagement and construction problems and has a price tag more than doubling from the original $14 billion estimate to over $28 billion! The majority of the financial burden for building Vogtle will fall on customers, not shareholders if the Georgia PSC Commissioners continue to let Georgia Power have its way. Making matters worse, experts question whether the current November 2022 completion date can be met and whether the project would then be economic to continue.
Click here to send a letter to the Commissioners asking them to stop letting Georgia Power run-up Vogtle costs.
Want to speak to the full PSC Commissioners directly about your concerns with this troubled, budget-busting project? Join us at a public hearing next Tuesday, December 10!
Vogtle Construction Monitoring Hearing
Tuesday, December 10, 9 AM ET
Georgia PSC, Hearing Room
244 Washington Street, SW, Atlanta, GA 30334