U.S. Senators Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA) comment on the agreement reached to continue construction of Plant Vogtle near Augusta, GA, which is the only nuclear plant under construction in the country:

“As someone who has supported Plant Vogtle since its inception and understands the need for us to provide renewable, affordable and safe energy, I am pleased that all parties were able to come together on an agreement to complete this critical project,” said Senator Isakson. “Today’s agreement allowing the completion of Plant Vogtle is a huge step forward to strengthen America’s nuclear security and energy security and to preserve the more than 7,000 Georgia jobs created by this project.”

“Plant Vogtle is an incredible opportunity for our state and our country to finally be a leader in nuclear energy. I am encouraged that all parties involved have found a path forward for this critical project,” said Senator Perdue. “I’ve seen firsthand the tremendous progress being made on Vogtle 3 & 4 – the first new nuclear units built in the United States in more than 30 years. For the country’s long-term energy independence, it is imperative that this project be completed.”

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Jeremy Spencer grew up in rural South Georgia and has served as a healthcare provider, high school science teacher, school administrator, and state education official. Jeremy is currently the market and content manager for All on Georgia-Camden and Glynn Counties. Jeremy’s focus is local news, statewide education issues, and statewide political commentary for the All on Georgia News Network. Jeremy has served as an education policy analyst for local legislators and state education leaders as well as a campaign strategist for local and statewide political campaigns. Jeremy holds degrees in science and education from the University of Georgia, Piedmont College, and Valdosta State University. Jeremy has lived in Camden County for over 17 years.



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