Start-up dates for new Georgia nukes get murkier--state monitor

December 2014
Energy Daily;12/8/2014, Issue 234, p5
The article reports on the delayed construction of two nuclear reactors at the Alvin Vogtle plant in Georgia. Topics discussed include the slippage in certain areas of the Georgia Power-led project, the lack of an integrated project schedule, and the difficulty experienced by the consortium leading the project in determining a reasonable forecast range as to when the reactors could be commercially available.


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