The class-action lawsuit, filed in 2018, alleged that class members already had paid $2 billion toward the SCE&G and SCANA’s fairfield County project, which the utility abandoned last year.Class members also are paying an additional $37 million a month toward the project’s cost, even though it never will be finished.
Class members who are customers of SCE&G (including companies, corporations, partnerships, and associations) that have been assessed advanced costs associated with the construction of 2 nuclear reactor units at SCE&G and SCANA’s Jenkinsville, South Carolina site from the first collection of any cost recovery associated with nuclear construction to present..
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South Carolina Electric & Gas Company v. Whitfield, Case No. 2017-CP-25-335 , in the U.S. District Court for the south District of Carolina .
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