The Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) today voted unanimously to approve the continued construction of Plant Vogtle units 3 & 4. In a detailed 15-part motion, the PSC recognized the long-term significance of this project to Georgia’s future energy diversity.
“The Chamber welcomes today’s decision by the Georgia PSC. It provides certainty to the project’s owners, while recognizing that there are many challenges ahead to complete this project on the revised construction pathway,” said Chris Clark, President and CEO of Georgia Chamber.
“Today’s PSC decision will help keep our businesses competitive both nationally and globally for decades to come.”
“For Georgia, completion and bringing into service Plant Vogtle units 3 & 4 will enhance long-term energy security and supply reliability, provide emissions-free generation diversity and energy affordability for all Georgia energy consumers including our business and industry consumers.”
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