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Nuclear reactor builder Westinghouse, appetite company Scana find buyers

2017 was positively a severe year for nuclear appetite in the US. But last week, two of the major players in 2017′s nuclear appetite play may have found a trail forward, theme to regulator approval.

Westinghouse, the nuclear reactor company owned by Toshiba that went broke in early 2017, may have found a patron in a Canadian company called Brookfield Business Partners. Similarly Scana, the appetite company that owned 55 percent of the VC Summer nuclear buildout in South Carolina, may also be bought up by Virginia-based Dominion Energy.

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