Florida Power & Light has asked nuclear regulators to extend the life of its Turkey Point reactors to 2052, but used sea rise projections that fall short of government estimates by 2060 of more than one to two feet. Staff photo by Emily Michot
Florida Power & Light has asked nuclear regulators to extend the life of its Turkey Point reactors to 2052, but used sea rise projections that fall short of government estimates by 2060 of more than one to two feet. Staff photo by Emily Michot
Florida Power & Light has asked nuclear regulators to extend the life of its Turkey Point reactors to 2052, but used sea rise projections that fall short of government estimates by 2060 of more than one to two feet. Staff photo by Emily Michot

FPL wants to keep old reactors running. New sea-rise studies could stand in the way

June 01, 2018 08:45 PM