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Our view: Compensation necessary for Diablo Canyon to close

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The California Public Utilities Commission should listen to the pleas from San Luis Obispo County’s public and private sectors for $85 million in community funding to offset the impact of closing the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant in 2025. At a Nov. 28 hearing before the CPUC, a series of speakers spoke forcefully about the need…

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