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Month: February 27, 2018

  • February 27, 2018
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N.J. Lawmakers Delay Vote on Bill to Support Nuclear

The New Jersey Senate was expected to vote Monday on a bill to support nuclear power plants in the state, but shelved the vote to make further revisions to the bill.  Senate President Steve Sweeney said a vote could happen next month.

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  • February 26, 2018
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New Jersey Lawmakers to Vote on the Future of Salem and Hope Creek TODAY

TODAY, February 26th, New Jersey lawmakers are expected to vote on legislation that was finally approved by a joint Assembly and Senate committee last Thursday. The legislation would offer Public Service Enterprise Group up to $300 million in assistance to keep its nuclear plants (Salem and Hope Creek) operating until 2035. It would be financed […]

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  • February 21, 2018
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Wind Power Stirs Up Emotions across the Midwest and Northeast

Wind power stirs up emotions on both sides, drawing support from environmentalists who worry about global warming, landowners who welcome a new stream of steady income and local governments seeking more tax revenue. However, those opposed are questioning the beatitudes professed by the proponents. The advocates of wind power say it offers something for everyone: […]

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  • February 14, 2018
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FP&L Seeking Another 20 Years for Turkey Point

Florida Power & Light is seeking approval to extend the operating license of its Turkey Point nuclear plant for another 20 years. If the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission grants the renewal for Turkey Point’s two existing reactors, FPL could be among the first power companies to operate a reactor for 80 years. NRC spokesman Roger […]

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  • February 6, 2018
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Georgia Power Customers will See Lower Monthly Electric Bills

Georgia Power customers can expect to see their monthly residential electricity bills fall by an average of about $2.70, starting in April. The utility company said in a news release this week that customers will be paying $139 million less toward the expansion of the multi-billion dollar Plant Vogtle nuclear project in east Georgia this year.  Georgia Power […]

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  • February 5, 2018
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February Birthdays

Warmest wishes for a Happy Birthday to Carolyn Porterfield, Rick Long, LD Holland and Erich Koehler. We are so happy that you’re a part of our team! Happy Birthday and all the best to you in the year to come.

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  • February 2, 2018
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Georgia Power Released its 4th Quarter Timeline Video

Georgia Power released its quarterly timeline video this week, which highlights the placement of the Unit 3 pressurizer, a 225,000-pound component that will provide pressure control inside the reactor coolant system. Other highlighted items include The Georgia Public Service Commission’s unanimous approvalof Georgia Power’s recommendation to complete Vogtle 3 and 4 Construction progress through the […]

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