Hartsville Nuclear Plant
The Hartsville Nuclear Plant is a canceled nuclear power plant project located near Hartsville, Tennessee. To be built and operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, it was to have four General Electric boiling water reactors.
Land along the Cumberland River was acquired by TVA in the late 1960s for construction of the plant which was to accommodate the electricity demand for the 1980s. Construction began in 1975. The Plant B reactors were canceled on March 22, 1983 and the Plant A reactors were canceled on August 29, 1984.
- Tennessee Valley Authority. "Hartsville Nuclear Plant Site, Transfer of TVA Property For Industrial Park" (PDF). Retrieved August 28, 2009.
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