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Vogtle’s Escalating Costs Concern Lawmakers, Stakeholders

The Vogtle nuclear expansion’s “ever-escalating” cost is concerning several members of Georgia’s General Assembly, according to a letter sent to partners building the much-delayed project. Twenty lawmakers from both houses…


Georgia PSC Signals Support For Continuing Vogtle Expansion 

In two actions on August 15, the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) signaled its support for the Vogtle nuclear expansion project, provided it can be done economically, Georgia Power must…


Cost to Complete Vogtle AP1000 Nuclear Units Could Balloon to $20B

Costs to build the two Vogtle AP1000 units under construction in Georgia could range between $18.3 billion and $19.8 billion—and for now, Southern Co. is pinning its hopes to complete…


Long-Stalled New York Repowering Project Is Revived

Plans to repower NRG Energy’s coal-fired 435-MW Dunkirk power plant near Buffalo, N.Y., to natural gas that have been stalled for years owing to a legal challenge may finally be…


Did the D.C. Commission Issue a Stealth Exelon-Pepco Merger Approval?

The District of Columbia Public Service Commission (PSC) on Friday (Feb. 26) rejected a restructured $6.8 billion merger proposal between Exelon and local electric utility Pepco, but offered a counter…