FILE: Attorney Shannon Hudson speaks on behalf of the Office of Regulatory Staff during a hearing before the Public Service Commission. Commissioners are gathering information on whether SCANA and SCE&G should be able to continue to charge customers for the two unfinished nuclear reactors that the utility has abandoned.
FILE: Attorney Shannon Hudson speaks on behalf of the Office of Regulatory Staff during a hearing before the Public Service Commission. Commissioners are gathering information on whether SCANA and SCE&G should be able to continue to charge customers for the two unfinished nuclear reactors that the utility has abandoned. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
FILE: Attorney Shannon Hudson speaks on behalf of the Office of Regulatory Staff during a hearing before the Public Service Commission. Commissioners are gathering information on whether SCANA and SCE&G should be able to continue to charge customers for the two unfinished nuclear reactors that the utility has abandoned. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

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