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Philadelphia Inquirer, “Pennsylvania Nuclear Bailout Might Cost Ratepayers Millions”

As published in the Philadelphia Inquirer’s March 9, 2019 edition

Pennsylvania electric customers would pay hundreds of millions of dollars a year in subsidies to the state’s nuclear industry — about $5 more per month for a typical household, by one estimate — under a draft nuclear rescue bill widely circulated in Harrisburg.

The long-awaited legislation, […]

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Forbes Magazine, “Nuclear Power Always Ready for Extreme Weather”

As published in Forbes’ March 5, 2019 edition

As Polar Vortices, Bomb Cyclones (seen here) and bigger hurricanes pummel America more and more often, nuclear power plants keep on putting out maximum power when other sources can’t.

For the last month, the Pacific Northwest’s only nuclear power plant has been under a “No Touch” order to help keep […]

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Citizen’s Voice Letter to the Editor: State’s Critical Moment in Nuclear Energy

As published in the Citizen’s Voice on December 7, 2018
We are at a critical moment in Pennsylvania’s nuclear industry. Two of the state’s five nuclear facilities (Three Mile Island, outside of Harrisburg, and Beaver Valley in western Pennsylvania) will be prematurely shut down starting next year because of an inability to compete in today’s energy market […]

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