Vt. agency argues against nuke license renewal
The Vermont Yankee nuclear plant hasn't demonstrated it should get a 20-year license extension, a state agency said Wednesday, citing the absence of a deal that would enable the plant to sell power to Vermont after 2012. "Without an appropriate (power purchase deal) continued operation of the plant fails to promote the general good," David Lamont, director of planning at the Department of Public Service, said in written testimony filed at the Public Service Board.
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Since: Jan 09
#1 Feb 13, 2009
If VT blocks the license renewal, where will that lost generation come from? What other base load unit does VT have under construction to provide power to its citizens?
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