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Fri Dec 14, 2018, 08:06 PM

South Carolina power bills to drop up to $22 a month under PSC approval of Dominion-SCANA merger

COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Dont count on a $1,000 check, but South Carolina electric customers power bills will likely drop going forward.

Almost 17 months and billions later, South Carolina electric customers enraged by bloated power bills from a failed nuclear project finally could see permanent relief.

But, they will still likely pay $2.26 billion more over the next 20 years for two abandoned reactors.

The S.C. Public Service Commission on Friday granted initial approval to cut SCE&Gs power bills by up to $22 a month for the average residential customer as part of a deal by Virginia-based Dominion Energy to buy out SCE&Gs parent company, SCANA.

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