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How the Dominion-SCE&G deal could trample property rights

How the Dominion-SCE&G deal could trample property rights

January 25th, 2018
By Shelley Robbins

 

Op-ed written for The State newspaper

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Dominion’s offer to purchase SCANA is a bad deal for the entire state, not just SCE&G customers, who will stay on the hook for the abandoned nuclear plant. Ultimately, this deal could trample property rights and strangle the opportunity to develop an energy mix that supports efficiency and renewables while increasing our long-term commitment to the price volatility and environmental impacts of fossil fuels.

I am convinced that Dominion’s interest in SCANA has to do with only one thing: bringing the Atlantic Coast Pipeline into South Carolina. Read the full op-ed


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