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Many questions surround Kewaunee plant closing

7:30 AM, Mar. 14, 2013
The Kewaunee Power Station is scheduled to shut down this spring. H. Marc Larson/Gannett Wisconsin Media file photo
The Kewaunee Power Station is scheduled to shut down this spring. H. Marc Larson/Gannett Wisconsin Media file photo
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As the May 7 shutdown of the Kewaunee Power Station nears, the urgency in dealing with the impact is growing.

That doesn't mean everything will get done faster. Owner Dominion Resources Inc. has accelerated a process that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission normally allows two years to complete, but some things can't be hurried. For example, 10 years likely will be needed before all radioactive fuel rods can be removed from the spent-fuel pool.

Dominion announced in October it would shut the plant after failing to find a buyer. It did not say if it had any offers. It said the sale didn't happen ...

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