John McGaha

American Nuclear Society

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Former President of Planning, Development and Oversight for Entergy Nuclear, which delivers electricity to utility customers in Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas; engineer and consultant for the nuclear power industry, he sits on the board of the American Nuclear Society

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There hasn't been a nuclear power plant constructed in the United States since the 1970's, but the Obama Administration has approved federal loan guarantees for two new reactors in…

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There hasn't been a nuclear power plant constructed in the United States since the 1970's, but the Obama Administration has approved federal loan guarantees for two new reactors in…

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