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Company stumbles have Energy Dept., Capitol Hill worried about $450 million nuclear program

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Concern is growing at the Energy Department and on Capitol Hill about a combined $450 million of commitments made to two companies building next-generation nuclear reactors. The Energy Department entered into separate, five-year cost-share agreements with Charlotte, N.C.-based Babcock and Wilcox and Portland, Ore.-based NuScale last year in hopes of getting their designs for a new type of...

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