23. St. Lucie Plant
> Start of commercial operations: 12/21/1976
> Electricity production capacity: 1,968 megawatts
> Location: Jensen Beach, FL (10 mi. SE of Ft. Pierce, FL)
> Operator: Florida Power & Light Co.
22. Beaver Valley Power Station
> Start of commercial operations: 10/1/1976
> Electricity production capacity: 1,808 megawatts
> Location: Shippingport, PA(17 mi. W of McCandless, PA)
> Operator: Energy Harbor Nuclear Generation LLC and Energy Harbor Nuclear Corp.
21. Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant
> Start of commercial operations: 12/31/1975
> Electricity production capacity: 1,759 megawatts
> Location: Baxley , GA (20 mi. S of Vidalia, GA)
> Operator: Southern Nuclear Operating Co.
20. Millstone Power Station
> Start of commercial operations: 12/26/1975
> Electricity production capacity: 2,073 megawatts
> Location: Waterford, CT (3.2 mi. WSW of New London, CT)
> Operator: Dominion Energy Nuclear Connecticut, Inc.
19. Donald C. Cook Nuclear Plant
> Start of commercial operations: 8/28/1975
> Electricity production capacity: 2,177 megawatts
> Location: Bridgman, MI (13 mi. S of Benton Harbor, MI)
> Operator: Indiana Michigan Power Co.
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