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2011-06-09 12:30:00

Only Limited Government-Guaranteed Reactors Already Underway Seen Possibly Advancing in the Short Term, As Low Gas Prices, Tighter Safety Regulation and Skyrocketing Reactor Costs Effectively Doom Further Industry Expansion. WASHINGTON, June 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Even as Germany, Japan, Switzerland and other nations move to abandon existing and planned nuclear reactors, the United States is on a path to see at best only a small handful of already planned, government-backed...

2010-09-09 12:30:00

Cooper Analysis Shows French Approach Touted by Some For U.S. Reactor Build-Up Is a Failed Model; U.S. Wind & Solar Industries Would Suffer Under Embrace of "French Nuclear Socialism." SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., Sept.

2010-08-19 12:30:00

Prospects for New Nuclear Reactors in State Now Worse Than Ever, Industry Should Not Be Allowed to Waste $200 Million More in Customer Money Tuesday Marks Start of PSC Hearings on FPL and Progress Requests for Unjustifiable 'Nuclear Cost Recovery' That Would Push Bill For Utility Consumers to Nearly $500 Million For Nuclear Reactors That Are Not Needed...

2010-04-30 09:45:00

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., April 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Progress Energy Florida customers will see lower nuclear costs on their 2011 bills, according to the company's nuclear cost-recovery estimates filed today with the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC).

2009-12-30 12:37:00

Nuclear Power Industry is Perfect Illustration of Why Taxpayers Are Saying "No More Bailouts!" - Billions for Plant Vogtle Reactors Impossible to Justify in Terms of Rising Financial Risks, Reduced Demand for Power, Cheaper Renewables and Huge Potential of Energy Efficiency ATLANTA, Dec.

2009-12-16 10:10:00

Rejection by Private Financing, Skyrocketing Cost Projections, Falling Demand, and Faulty Reactor Designs Can't Be Solved With U.S. Shifting to "Nuclear Socialism" to Bail Out Industry. WASHINGTON, Dec.


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