Fortunately for Georgians, we elect our Public Service Commission (PSC) members. This means they are public servants for the voters; which means electric power ratepayers and not beholden to politicians engaged in selecting partners for “crony capitalism”. Protesting EPA regulations is representing Georgia voters which is a rightful activity for members of Georgia’s Public Service Commission.
Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols is taking a stand against EPA regulations that is shown on the video interview he gave to a Washington, DC television station recently. I have not been made aware of similar activity by other PSC members.
Watch GA PSC Commissioner Tim Echols video interview here.