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State budgets funds to keep Diablo Canyon open

By   /  Wednesday, July 6th, 2022  /  Energy, Latest news, left, Regions, San Luis Obispo County, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on State budgets funds to keep Diablo Canyon open

California decided to retire the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant six years ago, but state and federal officials and the plant’s operator have taken new steps toward potentially keeping it open past its scheduled 2025 closure date. Located on San Luis Obispo County’s coast, Diablo Canyon powers two water reactor units licensed until 2024 and Read More →

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Dubroff: Nuclear plants come back into fashion just as they’re set to close

By   /  Friday, June 24th, 2022  /  Columns, Energy, Latest news, Regions, San Luis Obispo County, Subscriber content  /  Comments Off on Dubroff: Nuclear plants come back into fashion just as they’re set to close

Henry Dubroff

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Our View: Newsom offers a glimmer of hope to keep Diablo Canyon open

By   /  Friday, May 6th, 2022  /  Editorials, Latest news, Opinion, Regions, San Luis Obispo County  /  Comments Off on Our View: Newsom offers a glimmer of hope to keep Diablo Canyon open

To call California Gov. Gavin Newsom a pragmatist when it comes to climate change would probably be an overstatement. He’s been stalwart in burnishing his green credentials when it comes to renewables and mitigating the impact of a warming planet. But Newsom’s pragmatic instincts were on display in late April when he opened the door Read More →

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Opinion: An open letter regarding the future of Diablo Canyon

By   /  Friday, May 6th, 2022  /  Latest news, Op/Eds, Opinion, Regions, San Luis Obispo County  /  Comments Off on Opinion: An open letter regarding the future of Diablo Canyon

By The Diablo Vision Coalition To California Central Coast residents, clean energy champions and innovators, and anyone interested in advancing an abundant, sustainable energy future: Where the Diablo Canyon Power Plant sits on California’s Central Coast, we see a new future as a hub of clean energy innovation. We see a research and development campus Read More →

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Newsom says state may try to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear plant open past 2025

By   /  Friday, April 29th, 2022  /  Energy, Latest news, Law & Goverment, left, Regions, San Luis Obispo County, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Newsom says state may try to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear plant open past 2025

In a move that caught Central Coast politicians scrambling for details, Gov. Gavin Newsom signaled on April 29 that he might try to keeping the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant near San Luis Obispo open beyond its scheduled 2025 closure. During a meeting with the Los Angeles Times editorial board, Newsom opened the door to California Read More →

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Experts and activists discuss future of nuclear and wind power in San Luis Obispo County

By   /  Monday, February 28th, 2022  /  Central Coast, Energy, Latest news, Law & Goverment, left, Regions, San Luis Obispo County, Subscriber content, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Experts and activists discuss future of nuclear and wind power in San Luis Obispo County

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Pressure builds to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear plant open past 2025

By   /  Friday, February 11th, 2022  /  Central Coast, Energy, Government, Latest news, left, Subscriber content, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Pressure builds to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear plant open past 2025

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