A Forward Looking Company

Christian, David A.
May 2004
Nuclear Plant Journal;May/Jun2004, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
Interviews David A. Christian, senior vice president of Nuclear Operations and chief Nuclear Officer, Dominion Generation regarding the Dominion Energy Inc., on its focus on business and future vision in the U.S. Business constituents of the company; Advantage of the site permits to the customers with the nuclear energy program; Financial arrangements among members; Jobs and infrastructure assistance offered by the industry for the U.S. citizens and other countries.


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