Gov’t Red Tape Costs Every Nuclear Plant $63 Million Annually

Red tape and government bureaucracy is killing the U.S. nuclear industry by costing the average power plant $63 million annually, according to a study released Monday by the American Action Forum (AAF). The study found that government regulations cost the nuclear industry $15.7 billion, or about $219 million per power plant. Most of this cost was…



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