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Georgia Regulators May Decide Vogtle’s Fate Before Year’s End

Correspondence between the Georgia Public Service Commission and Georgia Power shows that the Vogtle nuclear expansion project may face an abbreviated decision schedule as a side effect to the Senate’s tax bill. In a letter sent Friday, PSC chairman Stan Wise asked Georgia Power how changes in corporate tax law might impact the Vogtle project, which could end up five years behind schedule and $9 billion over budget if completed.
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