Ever since the Three Mile Island meltdown, it’s been a veritable nuclear winter for nuclear energy lawyers.

There hasn’t been a formal application for a new nuclear plant — with its long, contentious and lawyer-intensive approval process — for more than a quarter of a century. But rising energy costs and efforts to curb global warming have changed the climate in the energy industry, and in the nation’s capital.

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