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2014/07/29 23:47
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ATLANTA -- What would happen to Plant Scherer if the federal government decides to implement carbon dioxide pollution cuts isn’t settled, according to Georgia Power. It will all depend on the final...
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2014/07/28 14:06
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WAYNESBORO, Ga. — The U.S. nuclear industry has started building its first new plants in decades using prefabricated Lego-like blocks meant to save time and money and revive the once-promising energy...
2014/07/25 02:06
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About 300 college students have enrolled in programs funded or partially funded by U.S. Department of Energy grants managed by the Savannah River Site Community Reuse Organization. In four years, the...
2014/07/23 04:39
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Mike Hale, a volunteer at the Augusta State Medical Prison, has discovered that being a prisoner can actually be beneficial for some men. “When a man comes to jail and that is where he comes to know...
2014/07/12 03:06
2014/07/12 03:06
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... have the ability to do everything the men do, but not many women know it,” said Rhone, a Burke County High School 11th-grader. “I am not afraid to show it. I’m proud to come in and be the...
2014/07/04 13:47
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Friday, July 4, 9:13 AM EDT On the local level, Mike Brost, JEA vice president and general manager of electric systems, said at the public utility�s June board meeting that a new set of proposed...
2014/07/01 21:51
2014/07/01 21:51
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ATLANTA | New suppliers will be making parts for a nuclear power plant under construction in Georgia, a development that comes after a factory struggled to deliver parts on time, a monitor for state...
2014/07/01 05:07
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Georgia small-business owner Julian Smith keeps hearing that the Obama administration’s latest climate regulations will drive up local electric bills. He doesn’t believe the prediction, but he isn’t...
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2014/06/27 04:06
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Carbon emission limits proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency should provide a boost to nuclear power, former EPA Administrator Christine Whitman said Thursday. Whitman, the former New...
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