A Georgia Senate committee needs to take it up
a bill that would greatly ease financing
solar power for your housetop or business roof.
Sen. Jack Murphy is the chair, and you can contact him today.
GA SB 51,
The Georgia Cogeneration and Distributed Generation Act,
was read to the Senate 16 January 2013
and referred to the Committee on
Regulated Industries and Utilities.
Here’s contact information for the Chair of that Committee:
Georgia Senator Buddy Carter has introduced a Senate bill for the current
session of the legislature,
“The Georgia Cogeneration and Distributed Generation Act of 2001”.
It attempts to fix
Georgia’s special solar financing problem,
the antique 1973 Territorial Electric Service Act.
Apparently Buddy Carter has been introducing it every year since then.
Georgia Power’s disinformation campaign
nuked it when it was
Has the legislature gotten tired of Georgia Power and its parent the Southern
way late and overbudget on those new nukes?
Does the legislature want Georgia citizens to get the savings and job
the fastest growing energy source in the country?
GaSU help with SB 51, or only with GaSU’s attempt to become a solar
You can contact your legislators and tell them what you think.
Every one of them who
voted for Georgia Power’s stealth-tax rate hike for that nuke boondoggle
should vote for SB 51 to start getting Georgia on a clean path to jobs
and energy independence.
This bill is not perfect:
“generator fueled by biomass”