Nuclear opponents of the nuclear reactors in Jenkinsville protest the SC Public Service Commission’s 1989 decision approving SCE&G’s application to add two 1,117 megawatt reactor units at the Jenkinsville nuclear plant.
Nuclear opponents of the nuclear reactors in Jenkinsville protest the SC Public Service Commission’s 1989 decision approving SCE&G’s application to add two 1,117 megawatt reactor units at the Jenkinsville nuclear plant. TIM DOMINICK/tdominick@thestate.
Nuclear opponents of the nuclear reactors in Jenkinsville protest the SC Public Service Commission’s 1989 decision approving SCE&G’s application to add two 1,117 megawatt reactor units at the Jenkinsville nuclear plant. TIM DOMINICK/tdominick@thestate.

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