Diablo Canyon supporters rally in SLO to keep nuclear power plant open
- Dec 5, 2021 9:04 pm GMT
"More than 100 people gathered in downtown San Luis Obispo on Saturday to voice their support for keeping California’s last remaining nuclear power plant open. Supporters held a “Save Clean Energy” rally in front of the San Luis Obispo County Government Center on Monterey Street at 11 a.m., shouting their support for keeping Diablo Canyon open. Speakers included SLO County Supervisor Dawn Ortiz-Legg and Isabelle Boemeke, founder of the Save Clean Energy group. At one point, participants paraded a miniature blimp down Monterey Street. It was designed to represent the one ton of carbon dioxide.
The rally was being held in the wake of a new push to keep the plant open. After the report was released, government officials — both local and national — have voiced support for keeping the plant open."
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