BPU comes up with game plan for deciding if nuclear plants qualify for subsidies

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Salem Nuclear Power Plant

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – A state agency made a couple of significant decisions yesterday about whether ratepayers should subsidize nuclear power plants, including ruling on how large the financial incentives utility customers will have to pay for the next three years if they do.

In its monthly meeting in Trenton, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved the details of how it will review and determine which nuclear plants, if any, qualify for subsidies of as much as $300 million. They also determined who will get to intervene to contest those awards in what is sure to be a contentious process …

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