Former Exelon CEO says new nukes don’t make economic sense

Jeff McMahon just blogged this on Forbes:

Nuclear power is no longer an economically viable source of new energy in the United States, the freshly-retired CEO of Exelon, America’s largest producer of nuclear power, said in Chicago Thursday.

And it won’t become economically viable, he said, for the forseeable future.

Here’s a link: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2012/03/29/exelons-nuclear-guy-no-new-nukes/

 

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One Response to Former Exelon CEO says new nukes don’t make economic sense

  1. Pingback: Hypocrisy alert: Exelon has nuclear and wind power plants, opposes extension of wind tax credits and asks for new nuclear subsidies | robertsingleton

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