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Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant Shutdown

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Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant Shutdown

Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant Shutdown

Exelon Corp.

Officials said the plant will stop producing electricity Friday, following through on a decision the Chicago-based energy giant made in May after it became clear that it would not get a financial rescue from Pennsylvania.

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