DALLAS — San Antonio will play a dramatically smaller role in financing the $13 billion expansion of the South Texas Project nuclear plant under a settlement submitted for approval to the city’s utility board yesterday.

The proposed settlement, announced last week, would resolve a $32 billion lawsuit filed by San Antonio’s utility, CPS Energy, against its private partners in the project, NRG Energy and Toshiba Corp., which operate as Nuclear Innovation NA, or NINA.

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