Maybe the start of a trend where "Clean Energy" expands beyond the "newer" renewables such as wind and solar to include large scale hydro-electric and nuclear power. This article highlights Washington State's existing nuclear and the potential for new nuclear facilities in a state funded study. There is no legislation to support this focus, but the article does articulate the expectation that electrification of transportation will add extensive demand and all clean energy sources will be needed.
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