Category Archives: Nuclear

Controversy in NC Over Nuclear Policy

Controversy in North Carolina continues over a proposed energy policy that would allow utilities to more easily pass on the cost of new nuclear reactors to customers. Read More

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Overruns for Nuclear Reactors in GA

Georgia Power is already seeing billion dollar cost overruns for two proposed nuclear reactors. Read More

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Finland’s Plan for Nuclear Waste

Finland is going to great depths to solve the nuclear waste problem. Read More

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Battle in NC Over Financing Nuclear Facilities

North Carolina stakeholders battle over a controversial policy proposal that would enable financing for new nuclear facilities. Read More

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Earthquakes Threaten SC Nuclear Facilities

Earthquake threats prompt questions about one of South Carolina’s nuclear facilities. Read More

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New Nuclear Reactors Under Scrutiny

Southern Company’s new nuclear reactors proposed in Georgia are under a microscope from a diverse array of interested parties. Read More

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SC Suing Federal Government

South Carolina is suing the federal government over the Department of Energy’s decision to shut down the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste storage facility in Nevada. Read More

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Webcast to Discuss Planned Nuclear Reactos

Upcoming SCANA webcast will discuss company performance and provide an update on two planned nuclear reactors in Jenkinsville, SC. Read More

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Is Financing New Nuclear Reactors A Smart Move?

Other states debate the wisdom of policies like South Carolina’s that allow for the financing of new nuclear reactors. Read More

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Santee Cooper Looks at Out of State Nuclear Sales

Santee Cooper continues to look at out of state nuclear sales as a solution to their over-investment in two new nuclear reactors. Read More

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