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Energy Department scraps millions in fees for nuclear loan guarantee

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Developers of a Georgia nuclear project didn't have to pay millions of dollars in fees designed to prevent risk for taxpayers when it secured $6.5 billion in loan guarantees from the Energy Department in February, the agency confirmed Tuesday to the Washington Examiner. The DOE calculated a zero dollar "credit subsidy fee," which protects taxpayers if developers default, for electric utility...

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