Clockwise from top left: SCE&G bills; SCANA CEO Ken Marsh testifies before regulators; the new nuclear plants during construction; the 2007 SC General Assembly.
Clockwise from top left: SCE&G bills; SCANA CEO Ken Marsh testifies before regulators; the new nuclear plants during construction; the 2007 SC General Assembly. cscoppe@thestate.com
Clockwise from top left: SCE&G bills; SCANA CEO Ken Marsh testifies before regulators; the new nuclear plants during construction; the 2007 SC General Assembly. cscoppe@thestate.com

SC nuclear debacle, by the numbers

September 04, 2017 02:16 PM

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