Monday, March 1, 2010

Nuclear Projects Face Financial Obstacles -

Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
"So utilities have turned to state legislators and regulators to help contain capital costs. In states such as Georgia, Florida and South Carolina, utilities have won permission to charge customers for some of the cost of new reactors while construction is still in progress -- a financing technique that would save utilities a couple of billion dollars for each reactor. Previously, utilities had to wait until power plants were in operation before raising rates, as they still do in most states."

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