U.S. nuclear power generation expected to rise despite recent plant closures

Despite Entergy Corp.’s recent announcement that its plans to take more than 2,000 megawatts (MW) of nuclear generating capacity off the grid by 2019, total U.S. nuclear capacity will increase by 5,000 megawatts over the next five years.

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