Where’s the proof that nuclear power plants need a bailout? This Week in the CLE
CLEVELAND, Ohio — How do Ohioans know Energy Harbor’s nuclear power plants need a $1.3 billion bailout?
The company hasn’t said, and we’re talking about the lack of disclosure on This Week in the CLE.
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Here are the questions we’re answering today:
Has the owner of the two nuclear plants benefitting from a $1.3 billion bailout that was forged in corruption ever shown records to prove it actually needs the money? No. The owner of the Davis-Besse and Perry plants refuses to disclose whether they’re profitable.
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