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New Nuke in Texas?

Posted in Europe,Nuclear,Texas by Cheryl Morgan on the September 5th, 2008

The fashion for new nuclear plant has moved closer to becoming a reality in the USA. Exelon Generation has submitted a formal request to build and operate a new nuclear power station in Victoria County, Texas. The twin reactors would be capable of producing 3,000 MW of power.

Meanwhile the EU Energy Policy blog has a long article by William Nuttall and David Newbery of Cambridge on policy attitudes towards new nuclear build around Europe.

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