They went into partnership with the French-owned Electricite de France to form UniStar Nuclear Energy to build an evolutionary pressurized water reactor similar to what is notoriously still under construction in Finland. As I am sure you are aware, Constellation dropped the project like a hot potato over the cost of financing a $7.9 billion federal loan guarantee leaving EDF in violation of the foreign ownership prohibition clause of the Atomic Energy Act. EDF spent more than two years looking for a U.S. domestic partner. No one has picked up the application or the federal money. Even Exelon, the nation's largest nuclear utility and buyer of Constellation, has declined to resume the project over the unpredictably high cost of construction.