Nuclear Power In Ohio
Governor Mike DeWine has thrown his support behind a legislative plan to give a hand up to Ohio’s two aging nuclear power plants.
FirstEnergy has warned that if the plants close, Ohio electricity consumers will pay more. The proposed measure would direct roughly $150 million a year to the company.
Today on All Sides, the future of nuclear power in Ohio.
- Andy Chow, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporter
- Neil Waggoner, Beyond Coal Campaign Ohio Campaign Representative, The Sierra Club Ohio
- John Kotek, Vice President for Policy Development and Public Affairs, Nuclear Energy Institute