America’s Nuclear Power Generation Hits a 10-Year Seasonal Low

  • Reactor outages give natural gas-fired generators a boost
  • Normal seasonal refueling at some plants add to the deficit

The amount of electricity generated by U.S. nuclear reactors hit its lowest seasonal level in a decade as malfunctions and closures tied to Hurricane Matthew combined with routine maintenance to drag down production.

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