TVA's 'New' Nuclear Reactor Rates One And A Half Cheers

November 2015
Investors Business Daily;11/10/2015, pA13
The author comments on the approval granted by U.S. President Barack Obama for the nuclear power plant Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to operate again. Topics addressed include the final price tag for TVA's Watts Bar Unit 2, and reason the construction on TVA's Watts Bar Unit 2 reactor was stopped in 1988.


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