Friday May 17
Sunshine State News
New Nuclear Plants Benefit South Carolina
On March 11, South Carolina Electric & Gas completed the pouring of the concrete foundation for a new reactor at the V.C. Summer site in Jenkinsville, S.C. The plant's location in Fairfield County is one of the three counties I'm proud to represent in the South Carolina state Senate.
The Charlotte Observer
State-owned utility has too much power, is building more capacity
This photo shows an excavation dug in preparation for new pressurized water reactors at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station in Jenkinsville, SC.
US Sen. Scott making stops in Union, Jenkinsville
The Republican's office says Scott is speaking to students at Union County High School on Friday morning.
NRC schedules regulatory conference with SCE&G
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has scheduled a regulatory conference with South Carolina Electric & Gas to discuss the risk significance of an apparent violation related to the anchorage and spacing of rebar being used to reinforce concrete in the new units of the V.C. Summer nuclear station.
SCE&G nuke plant faces federal scrutiny
SCE&G is expected to meet next week with the NRC to discuss the safety significance of the federal agency's findings.