Jan 04, 2016

Can Gavin Newsom close California’s last nuclear plant? - San Francisco Chronicle

Gavin Newsom has a prediction about California’s last nuclear power plant, Diablo Canyon: Diablo sits on a coastal bluff near San Luis Obispo and uses seawater for coolant. The chutes that suck in water from the Pacific and return it to the ocean — 2.5 billion gallons per day — lie on tidelands owned by the state and leased by the plant’s owner, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. [...] PG&E this...

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