Clean Power Will Cut Our Electricity Bills

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Without any changes in the way we produce and use electricity, Georgia households can expect an 8.4 percent increase in electricity bills over the next 15 years, while the typical U.S. household will see bills increase by 18 percent. But a new report has found that implementing the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan will cut costs. The average Georgia household would save $2,070 in electricity costs over the same period, while U.S. households could see an average savings of $1,868, said Marilyn Brown, the study’s author and the Brook Byers Professor of Sustainable Systems in the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Continue reading the Georgia Tech Amplifier "Clean Power Will Cut Our Electricity Bills"