Tell Massachusetts DEP: No more subsidies to keep Pilgrim Nuclear running!
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Pilgrim is slated to close in June of 2019 because it's unprofitable. Yes, it's dangerous too!
The MA Department of Environmental Protection is proposing a change to its Clean Energy Standard which could give a taxpayer-financed subsidy in the form of clean energy credits to the poorly-run, 45 year-old Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth.
If this happens, Pilgrim could become profitable by selling its clean energy credits to the dirtiest polluters allowing them to keep polluting. Pilgrim's license expire until 2032.
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