South Carolina to produce more energy from nuclear, official says

06/14/2012 | Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail

South Carolina is working to increase its production of cleaner energy sources, including nuclear power and natural gas, said Dukes Scott, executive director of the state's Office of Regulatory Staff. Approximately 41% of the state's energy generation will be "non-emitting" by 2022, Scott said. He expects the number of reactors in the state to increase, with new projects from Duke Energy and South Carolina Electric & Gas.

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