In Cherokee County near Gaffney, sits a half-finished nuclear power plant that Duke Energy gave up on twenty years ago. Duke bailed on a $600 million investment on the banks of the Broad River and sold off the half-finished warehouse and containment unit, which was used to film The Abyss. Duke bought back the plant, but has now decided it wants out as well. File photo.
In Cherokee County near Gaffney, sits a half-finished nuclear power plant that Duke Energy gave up on twenty years ago. Duke bailed on a $600 million investment on the banks of the Broad River and sold off the half-finished warehouse and containment unit, which was used to film The Abyss. Duke bought back the plant, but has now decided it wants out as well. File photo. TIM DOMINICK The State
In Cherokee County near Gaffney, sits a half-finished nuclear power plant that Duke Energy gave up on twenty years ago. Duke bailed on a $600 million investment on the banks of the Broad River and sold off the half-finished warehouse and containment unit, which was used to film The Abyss. Duke bought back the plant, but has now decided it wants out as well. File photo. TIM DOMINICK The State

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