I understand that Public Service Commission decisions have consequences for our households, our incomes and our future.
I am running for Public Service Commission because ALL Georgians need a voice in these decisions and I have a long track record of advocating for the people’s voice.
In February 2019, Chandra Farley presented to Congress in support of climate change policy that prioritizes the solutions of those most bearing the burden
In June 2020, Chandra Farley provided public comment to the Georgia Public Service Commission to stop utility shutoffs of working families struggling during COVID
Chandra has appeared in front of Congress twice, advised the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on the establishment of their new Office of Public Participation and in fall 2021, wrote an article for the Advancing Equity in Utility Regulation report for the Berkeley Lab’s Future Electric Utility Regulation Report series.