The Public Service Commission is a state agency that help decide how much Georgians pay to turn on their lights and heat their ovens, among other regulated industries.
Oppenheimer is former small business owner and a long-time community activist interested in energy security and energy independence issues. He also serves as Task Force Coordinator for Clean-Cities Atlanta, and serves on the City of Atlanta’s Electric Vehicle Task Force. Steve also serves on the Metro Atlanta Plug In Electric Vehicle Readiness Task Force and is a Coalition Member of Analysis of Global Security, a Washington, D.C. group focusing on energy security.
As Peanut Politics catches up on happenings in the political world, I'll be doing more posts on Oppenheimer as he battles Eaton for a seat on the PSC Commission leading all the way up to November. With energy rates here in Georgia going through the roof, its essential that voters know about the candidates & what they're plans for Georgia's Consumers
You can check out Oppenheimer's website in the meantime: http://www.steveforgeorgia.com./