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Feds gave billions to energy firm with no business model

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First of a three-part series. A chronically failing nuclear energy company using a technique one-twentieth as efficient as its competitors' has wrangled billions of dollars in cash, materials and research from the Department of Energy in deals that dwarf the Solyndra loan scandal. The United States Enrichment Corp. has facilities in Kentucky and Ohio, home states of Senate Minority Leader Mitch...

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