The Campbell County Board of Supervisors is slated to vote on $132,000 in industrial incentives to Areva. The supervisors already approved the incentives by consensus in a closed session meeting in August. The nuclear energy firm announced in December it would invest $26.3 million to upgrade its operations in Lynchburg and Campbell County. Areva has three years to meet their performance requirements for the incentives. Supervisors will decide on the funding at their meeting this evening.