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More on North Anna reactor
Dominion power today revealed a “Plan B” if it does not build a proposed Unit 3 at North Anna Power Station on Lake Anna. Thomas F. Farrell, the company’s president and chief executive officer, told the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Power & Gas Leaders Conference in New York today that if it doesn’t build Unit 3, it will need another plant that would generate the roughly 1,300 megawatts of power the nuclear unit would produce, The Associated Press reported. Farrell also said that Dominion is looking for a partner in the project. An application for a combined license to build and operate Unit 3 is pending before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.