Georgia Power takes a fresh look at nuclear power 

Nearly two decades after its last reactor went online, the electric utility warily eyes a return to technology that once drove it to the brink of bankruptcy

Longtime environmental lobbyist Neill Herring remembers cutting his teeth in the early '70s as a volunteer activist in Atlanta, opposing the licensing of a new nuclear power plant on the banks of the Savannah River. Even in that era of sit-ins and…

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