"Delays, Cost Increases at Nation's New Nuclear Projects"

"Despite promises from the nuclear industry to regulators and consumers that they learned from mistakes of the past, the nation's first two nuclear reactor projects built from scratch in 30 years are headed toward hundreds of millions of dollars in cost overruns and months, if not years, of delays."

"The impact of the early delays and budget increases at Georgia Power's Plant Vogtle and South Carolina Electric & Gas's Plant Summer will have on future nuclear projects is unclear.

Utilities' officials say the Georgia and South Carolina projects face extra public and private scrutiny because they are the first approved and their design will serve as prototypes for future plants."

Kristi Swartz reports for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution July 13, 2012.


"New Nuclear Plants Face Cost Overruns, Delays" (AP)

"Greens Want Ontario Nuclear Costs Reviewed" (Toronto Sun)

"Energy Defends Loan Guarantees, Attacks GOP For Offering 'No More Solyndras' Bill" (E2 Wire/The Hill)

Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 07/13/2012