Latest News: Vogtle Unit 4 starts nuclear fuel load (8/17/2023)
Georgia Power is constructing the nation’s first new nuclear units in more than 30 years at Plant Vogtle in Waynesboro, Georgia. Upon completion, Units 3 & 4, along with existing Units 1 & 2, are expected to power more than 1 million homes and businesses. Once completed, we expect Vogtle 1-4 will generate more carbon-free electricity each year than any other energy facility currently operating in the US.
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August 17, 2023
The process to load fuel into the Vogtle Unit 4 reactor core has begun at Plant Vogtle. Loading fuel marks a pivotal milestone toward startup and commercial operation of the second new unit at Plant Vogtle.
July 31, 2023
Plant Vogtle Unit 3 has entered commercial operation and is now serving customers and the State of Georgia with clean, reliable energy 24/7.
July 28, 2023
This finding marks a critical step leading up to Vogtle Unit 4 fuel load.
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