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March 9th, 2020

Arc flash testing may not be something that you or your company thinks much about until a problem actually arises. This is an in-depth inspection that’s performed to ensure the safety and all-around functionality of a building’s electrical system. Given that most businesses are heavily reliant upon multiple forms of electrically powered equipment, having any power surges throughout any areas of commercial or industrial operations can be incredibly detrimental. Following are three things that…


March 2nd, 2020

All businesses need a regular supply of electricity to function, even if they aren’t heavily reliant upon machines or general office equipment. Unfortunately, however, having too much electricity can result in a range of problems. From equipment that overheats to an increased risk of fire, electrical surges can lead to considerable loss. Having an arc flash study performed is the best way to mitigate all of these risks and more. At Verifiable Results, you’ll get a comprehensive and very…


November 1st, 2017

“The House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee voted unanimously Monday to have attorneys write a bill that would address three urgent issues related to the V.C. Summer debacle: prevent an 18% rate increase for South Carolina Electric and Gas (SCE&G) customers to finance the failed project, protect the customers from having to pay for debt or costs related to the project, and set an interim rate while lawsuits are settled.”


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August 1st, 2017

South Carolina spends Billions before scrapping nuclear plants. Two South Carolina Utilities are abandoning two unfinished nuclear reactors that have been plagued by delays and cost overruns. This new cancellation means that there are just two new nuclear units being built in the US, both of which are in Georgia, while others around the US are being retired. 


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July 21st, 2017

OSHA cites Georgia Power, wiring subcontractor after arc flash severely burns worker at the Plant Bowen facility; proposes $122K in fines Employers failed to power down cabinet before electrician began work

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