U.S. Nuclear Power Incentives Fall Short

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April 25 (Bloomberg)-- Rich Heidorn Jr., an energy analyst with Bloomberg Government, discusses how the low price of natural gas and lack of carbon legislation have made building new nuclear power plants uncompetitive even with federal government incentives. Heidorn documents his findings in the Bloomberg Government Study, "Nuclear Revival Sputters As U.S. Incentives Prove Inadequate." (Source: Bloomberg)

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