RadWaste Monitor Vol. 11 No. 6
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February 08, 2019

Duke Wants Most of Crystal River Property OK’d for Unrestricted Use

By ExchangeMonitor
By John Stang Duke Energy has requested that the federal government release 3,854 acres of its 4,738 acres at its retired Crystal River nuclear plant site for unrestricted use. The Charlotte, N.C.-based power company wants to find still-to-be-determined uses for…
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