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Commissioner Stan Wise called out on “Nuclear Parachute” Retirement

Stan Wise asleep at december hearingsToday energy and environmental consultant John Noel continued his record of being the reliable citizen voice condemning unethical behavior on the Georgia Public Service Commission by publicly condemning Stan Wise’s “Nuclear Parachute.”

“As a hearty and well-earned thank you for selling out hard-working Georgia families and businesses in favor of deep-pocketed Georgia utility companies, and for rubber-stamping the ill-advised over-budget and over-schedule Plant Vogtle construction project, the PSC handed Stan Wise his ‘Nuclear Parachute’ today upon his retirement,” Noel said from his Energy + Environment company office.

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Paddle Georgia 2018 Highlights Emerging Water Trails on Yellow and Ocmulgee Rivers June 16-22

A week-long canoe/kayak adventure from Stone Mountain to Macon

Georgia Paddle 2018The country’s largest week-long canoe/kayak camping adventure this year embarks on the Yellow and Ocmulgee Rivers between Stone Mountain and Macon to highlight Georgia’s emerging water trail system.

The event, which attracts more than 400 participants each year, is set for June 16-22. Registration for the annual event organized by Georgia River Network (GRN) opens Feb. 21 at www.garivers.org/paddle_georgia. Registration is on a first-come, first serve basis until all spaces are sold. 

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Veteran Energy Consultant Leads Primary In Cash on Hand

John Noel with supporter and owner of Sweet Tea of East Point, GAJohn Noel, a longtime energy efficiency business owner and Democratic candidate for Georgia Public Service Commission District 3 leads all GA PSC Candidates in cash on hand less than three months before voting begins.

“I am excited to have wide support. This disclosure demonstrates that there is only one candidate in this Primary who practices efficiency. While I have spent less than 20%, my opponent has burned through nearly half of her contributions,” said Noel.

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Georgia Power Just Got A Multi-Million Dollar Tax Cut

John Noel, Democratic Candidate for Georgia Public Service Commission with Secretary Alison Grimes of KentuckyBut are they going to pass the savings on to consumers?

Six weeks ago Washington passed a massive tax bill giving billions of dollars to multi-million dollar corporations across the country. Over the last week almost half a dozen utility companies have announced plans to pass the savings on to consumers. Georgia Power however has remained steadfastly silent on what one of the nation’s largest electric companies plans to do with the financial windfall.

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Georgia Power Just Got A Multi-Million Dollar Tax Cut

But are they going to pass the savings on to consumers?

Six weeks ago Washington passed a massive tax bill giving billions of dollars to multi-million dollar corporations across the country. Over the last week almost half a dozen utility companies have announced plans to pass the savings on to consumers. Georgia Power however has remained steadfastly silent on what one of the nation’s largest electric companies plans to do with the financial windfall.

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