More food for thought about the South Texas Project nuclear plant, which has applied to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to build two new reactors:
Express-News Reporter Tracy Idell Hamilton revealed Sunday the city could be on the hook for $400 million in bonds — even if San Antonio’s CPS Energy does not invest in the nuclear project.
Greg Harman at the San Antonio Current blogs about the STP’s high power output and water usage. Harman also had a feature story last week about the environmental impact of uranium mining.
The Victoria Advocate covered a protest of union workers at the plant who asked for safer conditions and higher wages.
The Wall Street Journal offers a lengthy, interesting primer on nuclear energy and its future in the United States.