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In this Feb. 25, 2010, file photo, an Exelon Corp. employee walks past equipment in the turbine building at the Oyster Creek Generating Station, a nuclear power plant in Lacey Township, N.J. Shutting down the site of the nation's oldest nuclear power plant will take 60 years and cost $1.4 billion, according to a plan filed May 21, 2018, by a subsidiary of Chicago-based Exelon Corp. and under review by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Sale of Oyster Creek nuclear plant could speed decommissioning by decades

Environmentalists happy facility would be cleaned up faster than originally planned, but concerned about details
By Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight

Three Mile Island nuclear plant is scheduled to be dismantled between 2034 and 2044.

As nuclear power loses ground to natural gas, environmentalists are torn: Are the risks worth saving it for climate’s sake?

If nuclear plants close, carbon emissions are likely to rise. Yet environmentalists have opposed nuclear power over concerns including radioactive waste.

By Reid Frazier

FirstEnergy's Bruce Mansfield Power Plant in Shippingport, Pa. Photo: Reid Frazier

The Beaver Valley station generates electricity with nuclear power in Beaver County.

Three Mile Island

Three Mile Island nuclear plant is scheduled to be dismantled between 2034 and 2044.

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