This paper is done by a PHD. It mimics what I already know. When Kewaunee was purchased as a Klunker for $200M and is shut down based on economic reasons when the retail rate for electric is 14 cents per kWH in the area.
Then how can Vogtle, at a cost of $16,000 Million and selling to the retail in Georgia at 8 cents make any sense?
Hint: if you live in Georgia, you either shut that shite down now and make the investors eat it, or you are going to have massively increasing electric costs.
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