Argentina’s Atucha nuclear power plant to operate in June

Argentina’s Atucha II nuclear power plant is schedule to be operational in June according to the country’s federal planning minister.

Minister Julio De Vido said "this will be one of the milestones that mark the national energy sector in 2013".
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He was speaking at the opening of the construction of two hydroelectric power dams in Patagonia, which are set to see investment of over $4.8m and create 6900 jobs.

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