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Progress Energy Changes
Levy nuclear project schedule
From Progress Energy
Adopt A Rescued Pet, Inc. Citrus County
Progress Energy Florida today announced plans to shift the construction schedule
for its planned Levy County nuclear project. In addition, the company filed its 2010 nuclear
cost-recovery estimates with the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC), as required. The
company’s proposal will decrease customer nuclear costs to about half of the amount the
"Cocoa is a blonde haired, 2 yo s.f. Pe-
company is eligible to recover in 2010 under current law.
kinese mix. She is a perfect dog, a won-
The company is adjusting the Levy County nuclear project schedule to reflect the
derful companion, with a fabulously
Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) determination that the excavation and foundation
sweet disposition. No kids. Her
preparation work – originally scheduled to be completed at the same time the company was
seeking a combined operating license (COL) for the plant – will not be authorized until the
underbite looks like she is smiling. See
NRC issues the COL. The company’s shift in schedule will move the commercial operation
her on 5/2/9, for Adopt A Rescued Pet,
dates for the two Levy units from the 2016-2018 time period by a minimum of 20 months. The
Inc's Saturday adoptions in Inverness,
COL grants a utility permission to build and operate a new nuclear power plant. The company
at Pet Supermarket, 11-2. " For more
expects to receive the COL in late 2011 or early 2012.
information contact Adopt A Pet at 352-
In today’s nuclear cost-recovery filing, the company is seeking approval to spread
certain costs over five years, lessening the yearly impact on the customer and providing
some short-term customer price relief. If approved, the deferral would result in a nuclear
charge of $6.69 per month per 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) for residential customers in 2010
instead of $12.63 per 1,000 kWh, as allowed by the current law. These costs are for the
planned plant in Levy County as well as improvements to increase the gross output at the
These 6 kittens were caught as
existing Crystal River nuclear plant from 900 megawatts (MW) to 1,080 MW. The Crystal
stray kittens at a gas station. They are about
River plant uprate accounts for 30 cents of the requested amount. The PSC will hold hearings
12-15 weeks old and need a forever home.
on the company’s nuclear cost recovery in September and is expected to make a decision in
They are still shy and need to go to home
where someone is willing to work with
The company is continuing to pursue the Levy County project. A new project
them. When they are picked up all they do
timeline depends on negotiations currently under way with the engineering, procurement
is purr and they love to play. They will be a
and construction vendors.
wonderful pet for the right patient person.
“This shift in schedule provides time for the economy to recover, which should
They have been tested for feline leukemia/
allow for financing in a more stable market. It also provides more time for national leaders to
aids, had all thier shots,been dewormed,
develop potentially transformational energy policies currently under debate in Washington,”
have been spayed/neutered, and they are
said Bill Johnson, president, chairman and CEO of Progress Energy.
on flea prevention. If your interested in one
It is too early for Progress Energy to provide a specific amount for an average
of these babies please call their foster mom
customer’s January 2010 bill or the cost for electricity per kilowatt-hour in 2010.
Tanya at 352-697-5657.
On Mothers Day
Sunday May 10, at 10:30 AM, the Nature Coast Unitarian Universalists invite you to
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