The customers of SCE&G have been forced to invest 18 percent of their electric bills to enable SCE&G to build two nuclear reactors. They would never get anything for that investment except the ability to buy electricity at higher rates.
SCANA, the parent of SCE&G, should be required to issue stock to customers equal to the amount of money they invested. Customers could either collect dividends on that stock or sell it and pocket the proceeds.
That would be fair. That would be the American way.
Carey L. Miller