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Regardless of whether FirstEnergy nuke plants receive subsidies, electricity supply will remain reliable

'The lights aren't going to go out,' said Craig Glazer, former chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the current vice president of federal government policy at PJM, which runs the electric grid, or regional transmission organization, for Ohio and 13 other states. He added, 'If you want to save them (the nuclear plants) because of their jobs, because of economic development reasons or for tax revenue, that's outside of our bailiwick.'

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Energy Transfer Partners LP is struggling with its $4.2 billion pipeline in Ohio

Construction of the Rover natural gas line has caused seven industrial spills, polluted fragile Ohio wetlands and angered local farmers. The company owes $1.5 million in restitution after demolishing an historic house. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is furious, and a federal energy regulator has launched a rare public investigation that threatens to delay the pipeline's scheduled Nov. 1 completion.

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