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Atomic power projects now operating or being built have an aggregate capacity of about 3.9 million kW and involve company expenditures of about $1.1 billion. These figures were given by J. Harris Ward of the Edison Electric Institute in testifying before the United States Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy. Mr. Ward stated that, today, 130 investor-owned companies are participating in one or more of 28 nuclear power projects, including 12 units in operation and six under construction or design.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 9 )

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Sept. 1965

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