WASHINGTON -- U.S. utility Southern will decide next month whether to continue to construct a pair of reactors ordered from Westinghouse Electric, the now-bankrupt nuclear unit of Japan's Toshiba.
Southern CEO Tom Fanning
Completing the reactors "is really central to [America's] national security interests," Southern CEO Tom Fanning told The Nikkei in an exclusive interview. He cited competition from Russia and China's global nuclear power activities.
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