Groups Concerned About Nuclear Power Want Questions Asked About Point Beach Plan February 18, 2021

Point Beach Nuclear Power Plant in 1973

Point Beach Power Plant in 1973. (Department of Energy)

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Hannah Mortensen, of Physicians for Social Responsibility Wisconsin, is asking the NRC to consider whether the state will need the energy from what is now a 50-year-old power plant.

“When Point Beach was built, alternative energy, such as renewable energy — wind, solar, was not as common, was not as economical. Therefore, I think the EIS needs to take a hard look, a hard look, at the alternate option of different energy sources, in comparison to the proposed action of extending the life of the reactors,” said Mortensen.

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