Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 11:44 am (Updated: June 6, 11:44 am)
By Pat Faherty
Special to the Citizen
When its retirement came, the Crystal River nuclear plant had 10 owners, with Duke Energy the majority holder. A similar arrangement could be used for the planned Levy County nuclear plant.
Having a share of the Crystal River nuclear plant, even as small as the .04 percent owned by the city of Bushnell, carried an obligation to maintain a decommissioning trust fund, according to the participation agreement.
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