The Cherokee County, S.C., site of Duke Energy’s proposed Lee nuclear power plant, in 2006. Duke had begun construction of a nuclear plant in the 1970's but later canceled the project.
The Cherokee County, S.C., site of Duke Energy’s proposed Lee nuclear power plant, in 2006. Duke had begun construction of a nuclear plant in the 1970's but later canceled the project. File photo from WCNC's AirStar6
The Cherokee County, S.C., site of Duke Energy’s proposed Lee nuclear power plant, in 2006. Duke had begun construction of a nuclear plant in the 1970's but later canceled the project. File photo from WCNC's AirStar6

Duke Energy wins license for S.C. nuclear plant it may never build

December 21, 2016 12:46 PM

UPDATED December 22, 2016 08:00 AM

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