This file photo shows the Tennessee Valley Authority's Browns  Ferry nuclear plant in Athens, Ala. The Browns Ferry  plant is central to TVA's efforts to boost its power resources. Last year's $1.8 billion restart of Unit 1 added 1,100 megawatts of electricity to the TVA system. (AP File Photo/The Decatur Daily/Gary Lloyd)
This file photo shows the Tennessee Valley Authority's Browns Ferry nuclear plant in Athens, Ala. The Browns Ferry plant is central to TVA's efforts to boost its power resources. Last year's $1.8 billion restart of Unit 1 added 1,100 megawatts of electricity to the TVA system. (AP File Photo/The Decatur Daily/Gary Lloyd)
published Friday, March 25th, 2011
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Tennessee Valley Authority executives are showing off the utility’s oldest nuclear plant as a safe facility. The utility says there’s no reason to worry about a repeat of the radiation emergency in Japan at any of its reactors.

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