America’s Biggest Energy Problem

The number of new American nuclear reactors under construction fell by half this week, after a project in South Carolina was abandoned less than two-fifths of the way through. The project, owned by a pair of utilities, was shelved after running into numerous delays and cost overruns—at last check, the pair of reactors under construction were expected to cost up to $25 billion, a full $13.5 billion over the initial budget.


Source: The American Interest

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