Clockwise from top left: Santee Cooper’s website; now-resigned CEO Lonnie Carter testifies before a SC Senate committee on the nuclear fiasco; members of a SC House committee on the nuclear fiasco hold their first hearing; Santee Cooper Board Chairman Leighton Lord testifies before the Senate committee
Clockwise from top left: Santee Cooper’s website; now-resigned CEO Lonnie Carter testifies before a SC Senate committee on the nuclear fiasco; members of a SC House committee on the nuclear fiasco hold their first hearing; Santee Cooper Board Chairman Leighton Lord testifies before the Senate committee cscopp@thestate.com
Clockwise from top left: Santee Cooper’s website; now-resigned CEO Lonnie Carter testifies before a SC Senate committee on the nuclear fiasco; members of a SC House committee on the nuclear fiasco hold their first hearing; Santee Cooper Board Chairman Leighton Lord testifies before the Senate committee cscopp@thestate.com

Carter’s departure doesn’t fix the problems at Santee Cooper. These 2 changes could.

August 28, 2017 2:08 PM