Policy group echoes Entergy arguments

Philippidis, Alex
July 2002
Westchester County Business Journal;7/15/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 28, p29
Discusses the assent of the Westchester County Association Inc. on the arguments made by Entergy Corp. regarding the closure of the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant to New York State. Overview of the report issued by Westchester County regarding the significance of the power plant to the state's economy; Issue pointed out by Indian Point critics; Impact of the closure of the power plant.


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