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Vibrations in cooling system mean new Georgia nuclear reactor will again be delayed
Plant Vogtle
Views of units 3, from left, and 4 at Plant Vogtle near Waynesboro are shown in July 2023. Georgia Power Co. announced Monday, March 4, 2024, that Unit 4 has begun generating electricity and connecting to the electric grid for the first time. (Arvin Temkar/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP/file)
ATLANTA — Georgia Power Co. said Thursday that vibrations found in a cooling system of its second new nuclear reactor will delay when the unit begins generating power.
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