Regulator Approves Southern’s Reactors as Chairman DissentsJulie Johnsson and Brian Wingfield
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved Southern Co.’s application for the first licenses to build reactors in more than 30 years, with the chairman’s dissenting vote sparking new controversy over whether safety upgrades are needed after Japan’s 2011 disaster.
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