BRADENTON, Fla. – The bankruptcy of the prime contractor constructing two nuclear units in South Carolina could have a material impact on the state’s public power agency, bondholders learned Wednesday.

The authority remains healthy, executives with the South Carolina Public Service Authority, also known as Santee Cooper, said in recorded and written presentations, despite the impact Chapter 11 filing of Westinghouse could have on the nuclear projects it has financed.

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