Plant Vogtle Units 3 and 4 Construction Photos July-August

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An aerial view looking inside the Vogtle Unit 3 containment vessel, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 3 containment vessel, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 3 nuclear island, July 2017.

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Vogtle 3 and 4 construction site, July 2017.

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The first steam generator is placed inside the Vogtle Unit 3 containment vessel, August 2017.

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Vogtle 3 and 4 construction site, July 2017.

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Vogtle 3 and 4 construction site with units 1 and 2 in the background, July 2017.

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The KQ22 and KQ23 modules were successfully placed inside the Unit 3 containment vessel July 27, 2017.

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Vogtle 3 and 4 construction site, July 2017.

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The KQ22 and KQ23 modules were successfully placed inside the Unit 3 containment vessel July 27, 2017.

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The first steam generator is placed inside the Vogtle Unit 3 containment vessel, August 2017.

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Looking from atop the Vogtle Unit 3 turbine building, the first steam generator is placed inside the Unit 3 containment vessel, August 2017.

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The first steam generator is lifted for placement inside the Vogtle Unit 3 containment vessel, August 2017.

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Weighing 1.4 million pounds, the first steam generator is placed inside Vogtle Unit 3 containment vessel, August 2017.

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Plant Vogtle Lampson crane prepares to lift the first steam generator for placement in the Unit 3 containment vessel, August 2017.

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A view inside the Vogtle Unit 3 turbine building where the turbine generators will be located, August 2017.

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Work on the Vogtle Unit 3 shield building continues, August 2017.

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Work on the Vogtle Unit 3 shield building continues, August 2017.

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The first of two steam generators is being prepared for placement inside Vogtle Unit 3 containment, July 2017.

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The first of two accumulator tanks is placed inside Vogtle Unit 3 containment, July 2017.

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The first of two accumulator tanks placed inside Vogtle 3 containment, July 2017.

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The first of two accumulators is placed inside Vogtle Unit 3 containment, July 2017.

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Workers prepare to place the first accumulator tank inside Vogtle 3 containment, July 2017.

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Components of the Vogtle Unit 4 integrated head package, July 2017.

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Piping inside the Vogtle Unit 3 turbine building, July 2017.

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More than 6,000 workers are invovled in the construction of Vogtle units 3 and 4, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 integrated head package, July 2017.

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Components of the Vogtle Unit 4 integrated head package, July 2017.

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Components of the Vogtle Unit 4 integrated head package, July 2017.

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Components of the Vogtle Unit 4 integrated head package, July 2017.

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The CA01 Pressurizer Bay was successfully placed inside the Unit 4 containment vessel Aug. 18, 2017. The component is 60 feet tall, 40 feet wide and weighs 240,000 pounds.

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More than 25,000 tons of rebar will be used to construct Vogtle units 3 and 4, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 nuclear island and turbine building, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 turbine building, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 turbine building, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 nuclear island and turbine building, July 2017.

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An aerial view looking inside the Vogtle Unit 4 cooling tower, July 2017.

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An aerial view looking inside the Vogtle Unit 4 containment vessel, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 nuclear island and turbine building, July 2017.

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An aerial view of the Vogtle Unit 4 nuclear island looking inside the CA20 module, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 nuclear island and turbine building, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 nuclear island and turbine building, July 2017.

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Vogtle Unit 4 turbine building, July 2017.

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Vogtle 3 and 4 construction site, July 2017.

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Georgia Power wants to proceed with finishing two new nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle that will come online in November 2021 and November 2022 at a total cost of $19 billion, according to a request that the company filed with the Georgia Public Service Commission this morning. Read the story

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