State officials say SCE&G and parent SCANA wouldn’t go bankrupt if they had to stop collecting the 18% surcharge on our power bills, which pays for interest on the abandoned nuclear plant construction. But they didn’t consider what would happen if the companies couldn’t charge us for the construction itself.
State officials say SCE&G and parent SCANA wouldn’t go bankrupt if they had to stop collecting the 18% surcharge on our power bills, which pays for interest on the abandoned nuclear plant construction. But they didn’t consider what would happen if the companies couldn’t charge us for the construction itself.
State officials say SCE&G and parent SCANA wouldn’t go bankrupt if they had to stop collecting the 18% surcharge on our power bills, which pays for interest on the abandoned nuclear plant construction. But they didn’t consider what would happen if the companies couldn’t charge us for the construction itself.

Don’t be so sure SCE&G can pay for nuclear debacle without going bankrupt

January 24, 2018 11:05 AM

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