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Written by dkoplowPosted: Nov. 20, 2017

Tax Reform dumps risks on individuals but not on corporations

Republican-led plans to reform our tax system have now been introduced in the Senate and passed in the House.  This is trillion dollar legislation (the extra deficits alone are estimated at $1.5 trillion between 2018 and 2027), and a feeding frenzy for lobbyists trying to get new perks in the bill… Read More
Written by dkoplowPosted: Sep. 22, 2017

Nuclear Subsidy Briefs - September 22, 2017

These have been busy months in the world of subsidies to nuclear power. 1)  Reality continues to bite the nuclear renaissance.  Over the summer, Duke Energy moved to cancel its Lee nuclear project in North Carolina and its Levy project in Florida.  Duke is seeking reimbursement of $353 million in… Read More
Written by dkoplowPosted: Aug. 02, 2017

Endless Summer, Bikini Contests, and Other Developments in the Nuclear Renaissance

NuSubsidies cover page It's been a rough few months for nuclear power, with the bankruptcy of Westinghouse, the US nuclear arm of Toshiba; continued cost escalation at both US reactor projects and the UK's Hinkley C; and the decision on Monday to abandon two in-process reactors at the V.C. Summer site in South Carolina… Read More

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