Dominion Energy’s latest plan features a bigger electric rate cut for customers of SCE&G, SCANA’s electric subsidiary, than previously proposed. It would lower SCE&G’s nuclear-bloated rates by 15 percent.
A former SCANA executive and retired SCE&G engineer testified before the S.C. Public Service Commission that utility executives misled regulators in seeking rate hikes to keep their failing nuclear project alive.
SC Democrat and newly-elected member of Congress Joe Cunningham, D-Charleston, has signed on to a letter saying he will not support Nancy Pelosi for House speaker. Cunningham campaigned opposing Pelosi in SC.
Twelve children were adopted into nine homes in Horry County during the state’s adoption day. Families from multiple counties gathered at the courthouse in Conway to make it permanent just days before Thanksgiving.
SCE&G expert witnesses rebutted mismanagement claims and purported benefits to customers from rate cuts during testimony before the S.C. Public Service Commission into a failed $9 billion nuclear project.
UN Ambassador and former SC Gov. Nikki Haley is reportedly being considered as President Donald Trump’s running mate for vice president in the 2020 election. The former governor is stepping down from the UN.
Fighting allegations of fraud and mismanagement in a hearing into the failed V.C. Summer project, SCE&G is disparaging its former employees and a high-powered construction company that it paid $1 million.
Dominion Energy chief executive Tom Farrell on Thursday testified his company’s offer to buy out SCANA and lower its customers’ electric rates is the best fix for South Carolina’s $9 billion nuclear fiasco.
Lawyers for environmental groups and the state’s utility watchdog grilled an attorney involved in hiring a consultant to study problems at V.C. Summer during a hearing into SCE&G’s failed nuclear project.
South Carolina state Sen. Greg Hembree was in the hospital nearly a month following a brain aneurysm and subsequent blood infection, but he fully recovered and can spend Thanksgiving with family and friends.
A Charleston, SC man got VA benefits after claiming he was a Navy medic with two Purple Hearts for his service in Vietnam, but he wasn’t in the military and was sentenced to 6 months in prison, prosecutors say.