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  • Critics blast over-budget nuclear project

    The Friends of the Earth and the Sierra Club want the state Public Service Commission to help stop SCE&G from spending more money on building two atomic reactors in Fairfield County. The environmental groups asked regulators Thursday, June 22, 2017 to stop the power company from completing its multi-billion dollar project.

The Friends of the Earth and the Sierra Club want the state Public Service Commission to help stop SCE&G from spending more money on building two atomic reactors in Fairfield County. The environmental groups asked regulators Thursday, June 22, 2017 to stop the power company from completing its multi-billion dollar project. Sammy Fretwell sfretwell@thestate.com
The Friends of the Earth and the Sierra Club want the state Public Service Commission to help stop SCE&G from spending more money on building two atomic reactors in Fairfield County. The environmental groups asked regulators Thursday, June 22, 2017 to stop the power company from completing its multi-billion dollar project. Sammy Fretwell sfretwell@thestate.com

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