CFACT Testifies at Georgia Public Service Commission

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On Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, the Georgia Public Service Commission held a hearing to, among other proceedings, hear public testimony on an increase in the rates for Georgia Power customers. These rates were proposed after additional government regulations were placed on the company, increasing their cost of operation. 

CFACT activists responded with a testimony, read by one student at Georgia St. University, in which he called for a free-market approach to energy production, in which competition, not government regulation, would be used to improve the environment and lower costs.