Nov 16, 2015

Nuclear power’s last stand in California: Will Diablo Canyon die? - San Francisco Chronicle

AVILA BEACH, San Luis Obispo County — California’s largest power plant churns out enough electricity for 1.7 million homes, yet pumps no greenhouse gases into the sky. [...] the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant, owned by Pacific Gas and Electric Co., is the last of its kind in the state. [...] in less than 10 years, it could close, ending nuclear power’s long history in California at the very moment...

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