The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is expected to approve a request to build two nuclear reactors in Georgia. If approved, the $14 billion reactors could begin operating as soon as 2016 and 2017. The NRC had last approved the construction of a nuclear plant in 1978, a year before a partial meltdown of the Three Mile Island nuclear plant in Pennsylvania raised fears of a radiation release and brought new reactor orders nearly to a halt. The NRC approved a new reactor design for the Georgia plant in December. Utility companies in Florida and Carolinas also plan new reactors that use the same design by Westinghouse Electric. The planned reactors are remnants of a once-anticipated building boom that the power industry dubbed the ‘nuclear renaissance’. President Obama has offered the Georgia project $8.3 billion in federal loan guarantees as part of its pledge to expand nuclear power. Proponents of nuclear energy say that a greater use of nuclear power could cut US reliance on fossil fuels and create energy without producing emissions that is blamed for global warming.
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