PSEG applies to keep $300M annual subsidies for South Jersey nuclear plants

PSEG asks for $300M for South Jersey nuclear plants | NJ Spotlight News

Public Service Enterprise Group yesterday filed an application to retain $300 million in ratepayer subsidies annually to keep its fleet of nuclear plants in South Jersey operating. The application, filed with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, rekindles a dispute over whether the plants need the subsidies to remain open, a controversy still being debated in the courts, before regulators, and within the energy sector.

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