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Bill aims to aid nuclear plants

Legislators want utilities to count nuclear in renewable portfolio

10:52 PM, Feb. 6, 2013
Dominion Energy's Kewaunee Power Station in Kewaunee is scheduled to be shut down in spring.
Dominion Energy's Kewaunee Power Station in Kewaunee is scheduled to be shut down in spring.
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A bill to make nuclear energy produced in Wisconsin count toward the state's renewable energy standard was written with Kewaunee Power Station in mind, but likely won't keep that plant from closing this spring.

Dominion Resources Inc. has said it will shut down the one-reactor power plant on the shore of Lake Michigan in the spring because it could not sell it and cannot operate it profitably. Kewaunee's power-purchase agreements with Wisconsin Public Service Corp. and Alliant Energy expire in December 2013, leaving the plant without a sure source of revenue.

A new agreement could not be ...

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