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By PAT FAHERTY
Special to the Citizen
While Duke Energy successfully got the Public Service Commission to defer a decision on nuclear cost recovery for Crystal River and the Levy County projects to 2014, rate hikes will kick in as scheduled.
Even though the Crystal River area nuclear plant, known as CR3, has been offline since 2009 and is now retired, Duke customers will continue to pay for a planned $617 million attempt to increase the plant’s power output.
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