AP makes corrections to story on Entergy Nuclear

In a story Jan. 13 about the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, The Associated Press reported erroneously how much power the plant supplies to Vermont.

The plant currently supplies a small fraction of Vermont’s power, not a third, as it used to before a contract expired last March.

The story also erroneously reported when the plant’s state certificate to operate expired. It expired March 21, 2012; it is not expiring March 21, 2013.

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2 Responses to “AP makes corrections to story on Entergy Nuclear”

  1. Today's Nuke News - INTUITECH - Intuitive TechnologiesINTUITECH – Intuitive Technologies Says:

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  2. George Harvey Says:

    Wrong again, I think.
    Vermont Yankee is not supplying a small fraction of the power for Vermont.
    The contract with the State of Vermont was not renewed, and Vermont Yankee is not supplying any power to Vermont at all.

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