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Plant Vogtle nuclear projects hits another delay



by Dave Williams | Dec 2, 2021 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – Georgia Power’s nuclear expansion at Plant Vogtle has suffered another scheduling delay, an independent expert wrote this week in testimony filed with the state Public Service Commission (PSC).


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  1. Nobody in the labor force, the engineering, quality, construction, or project control departments, or management at GA Power or its contractors will lose any sleep, money, or their jobs due to this event. Personal accountability is so passe.

  2. “Georgia Power officials have argued some cost increases were to be expected since the Vogtle expansion is the first new nuclear project to be built in the United States in 30 years.” If this is true, why didn’t they let everyone know ahead of time?

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