You may remember last year when I helped lead the efforts to provide energy options to our state. More options means more competition – means cheaper prices for the ratepayer. It’s that simple.

You may also remember how that turned out .

Over the summer and fall, we circled the wagons in order to be sure that this year, the people’s voice will be heard from across our state.

This week, the push officially began again…

COLUMBIA, S.C. A bipartisan group of state lawmakers, environmentalists and solar-energy advocates is renewing its push to ease South Carolina’s restrictions on rooftop solar customers.

Lawmakers gathered at the State House on Thursday to announce details on solar bills filed in the state Senate and S.C. House to allow suppliers to provide alternative energy options.

“The days of utilities deciding our energy policy are over,” said state Rep. Nathan Ballentine, R-Richland, co-chair of the S.C. Energy Caucus.

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Tom O’Neal
Tom O’Neal
January 12, 2019 5:23 pm

Did you vote for the people that serve on the PSC? A simple yes or no!