The Oyster Creek power plant, the nation’s oldest commercial nuclear plant still in service, will shut down in nine years. In a state where officials are striving to entice power suppliers to build new generation facilities, what does Oyster Creek signify for the future of nuclear power? Public Service Enterprise Group has spent tens of millions of dollars investigating the possibility of adding two new nuclear units to its three stations in Salem County, but has yet to commit to the expensive undertaking. Here’s some winter reading on what lies ahead for nuclear power:
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