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California's last nuclear plant will close soon. Why the Biden administration wants it open

  • Dec 3, 2021
Merced Sun-Star

Now the Biden administration is pushing the idea that PG&E Corp.'s Diablo Canyon power plant should stay open, after all. U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, in an interview this week with Reuters, said California might want to preserve Diablo Canyon, located on the Pacific coast in San Luis Obispo County, as a source of low-carbon energy in an era of climate change. “California has been ...

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Bob Meinetz on Dec 4, 2021

"California's last nuclear plant will close soon."
"California's last nuclear plant will close soon."
"California's last nuclear plant will close soon...."
I would urge whoever is posting this silly mantra again and again to continue. It's only wind in the sails for those of us elated by growing evidence Diablo Canyon won't close anytime soon - that it will be licensed for another 20-year term, and another. Best of luck.

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