Jun 22, 2016

End of an atomic era: PG&E to close Diablo Canyon nuclear plant - SFGate

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. announced Tuesday it will close California’s last nuclear plant, Diablo Canyon, in 2025, ending atomic energy’s more than a half-century history in the state. A rising flood of renewable power is pouring onto the state’s electricity grid, and, under California regulations, that power has priority over electricity generated from nuclear reactors or fossil fuel plants...

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