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Agreement includes contributions to economic development, clean energy and site restoration.


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Agreement includes contributions to economic development, clean energy and site restoration.

Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station

Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station articles below.


Path Cleared To Decommissioning And Site Restoration Of Vermont Yankee

Agreement includes contributions to economic development, clean energy and site restoration.

Entergy To Close, Decommission Vermont Yankee In 2014

Decision driven by sustained low power prices, high cost structure and wholesale electricity market design flaws for Vermont Yankee plant. Focus to remain on safety during remaining operation and after shutdown.

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