Two nuclear reactors were under construction at the V.C. Summer nuclear station in Jenkinsville, S.C., in this 2016 photo. The Summer plant was scrapped this week, and Duke Energy expects to reveal the future of its own planned Lee nuclear plant later in August.
Two nuclear reactors were under construction at the V.C. Summer nuclear station in Jenkinsville, S.C., in this 2016 photo. The Summer plant was scrapped this week, and Duke Energy expects to reveal the future of its own planned Lee nuclear plant later in August. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Two nuclear reactors were under construction at the V.C. Summer nuclear station in Jenkinsville, S.C., in this 2016 photo. The Summer plant was scrapped this week, and Duke Energy expects to reveal the future of its own planned Lee nuclear plant later in August. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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