TITLE

Georgia Utility Offering Notes for Two New Nuclear Power Plant Units

AUTHOR(S)
Sigo, Shelly
PUB. DATE
April 2009
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;4/23/2009, Vol. 368 Issue 33103, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the plan of the Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia (MEAG) to sell $200 million of bond anticipation notes to finance the construction of two nuclear power plant units in Georgia. It mentions that the new units that will cost more than $11 billion to build are expected to receive final permitting and licensing from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission by early 2011. It states that MEAG will own 22.7% of the new units which will provide 500 megawatts of power.
ACCESSION #
38905316

 

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