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The Evolving Model for Building and Operating Nuclear Plants

Construction of the next generation of U.S. nuclear plants differs markedly from the old process. Under the current model, designs for new plants—including the four reactors under construction in Georgia and South Carolina—have all design-related safety issues resolved before construction begins. As reactor innovation continues, more changes may be in store. NEI guest columnist Matt Wald explains the evolving model of nuclear plant development.

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Breaking in the new process is not helping VC summer. Hopefully it's growing pains.

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Of course, there is still the money... that hasn't evolved much.
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Offline HeavyD

A lot of things are impacting us here in South Carolina.  None of the things that author talked about, however, are among those factors.

 


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