The Richland Times-Dispatch reported yesterday:
The plant would manufacture large components used in the nuclear-power industry.
Areva expects a delay of more than two years on beginning the project:
“(Jarrett Adams, an Areva spokesman) said, if and when conditions improve, it would be at least two years from when construction resumes to when the building could become operational.”
This may be a clear sign that the “Nuclear Renaissance” is not proceeding as planned.