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First in a series The long and winding road of America's nuclear renaissance runs down South Tryon Street on its way to the first U.S. power plants to be built in a generation. Headquartered one block off the Square, Shaw's Power Group shares
A thirst for jobs clashed with the fear of nuclear power in the first of two hearings Thursday on the Lee nuclear plant Duke Energy hopes to build 50 miles southwest of Charlotte...Of that, 36 million gallons will evaporate. "That's an overriding
Federal regulators have approved a nuclear reactor designed by Westinghouse Electric Co. that could power the first nuclear plants built from scratch in a generation. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved the AP1000 reactor
Federal help for energy projects has taken it on the chin lately, with Solyndra , the California solar manufacturer championed by the Obama administration, declaring bankruptcy after taking $528 million in loans from the Treasury. But a much larger
For the AJC Southern Nuclear officials say a reactor at Plant Vogtle shut down during equipment maintenance. The company said that the plant's safety systems functioned properly during the Wednesday morning incident and the reactor is stable...
The elected members of the Public Service Commission voted Tuesday to approve construction spending at the Plant Vogtle site for the second half of last year...PSC staffers and the utility had recommended that the commission approve that spending.
21 am Southern Company The construction site for Plant Vogtle's planned third and fourth reactors near Augusta, Ga. After hitting various bumps in the road, the design for the new Westinghouse AP-1000 reactor is approaching approval by the Nuclear
The Georgia Public Service Commission's staff and Georgia Power have filed a proposed settlement for dealing with potential construction cost overruns at the Plant Vogtle nuclear plant construction project in Waynesboro. The PSC certified the need
Utility regulators in Georgia are weighing whether to protect electricity customers from bearing some of the burden if a new planned nuclear project by Southern Co. ends up with significant cost overruns. In a public hearing Wednesday, the Georgia
James Miller, who has run Southern Nuclear since 2008, will retire later this year, officials said Wednesday. Atlanta-based Southern has hired Stephen Kuczynski, a longtime executive with Exelon, to replace him. Kuczynski has worked for Chicago-based