An S.C. House committee hears from SCANA CEO Kevin Marsh about the Bechtel report on Sept. 15. Marsh walked lawmakers through the company’s decision, with partner Santee Cooper, to walk away from the nuclear plants being built in Fairfield County to generate electricity.
An S.C. House committee hears from SCANA CEO Kevin Marsh about the Bechtel report on Sept. 15. Marsh walked lawmakers through the company’s decision, with partner Santee Cooper, to walk away from the nuclear plants being built in Fairfield County to generate electricity. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
An S.C. House committee hears from SCANA CEO Kevin Marsh about the Bechtel report on Sept. 15. Marsh walked lawmakers through the company’s decision, with partner Santee Cooper, to walk away from the nuclear plants being built in Fairfield County to generate electricity. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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