California’s last nuclear plant is poised to shut down. What happens next?

California’s last nuclear plant is poised to shut down. What happens next? As California’s last nuclear facility – the 2.2 GW Diablo Canyon power plant – approaches its scheduled retirement date, some energy experts worry that the state hasn’t fully prepared for what comes next. The Diablo Canyon plant is located on California’s Central Coast …

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Community group created to advise TMI cleanup

Community group created to advise TMI cleanup | StateImpact Pennsylvania Communities surrounding the shuttered Three Mile Island nuclear plant near Harrisburg now have a citizens committee to help guide decommissioning of the plant’s Unit 2 reactor, which partially melted down in 1979. The Community Advisory Panel is made up of 15 people who represent the …

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Board was right to allow $300M nuclear subsidy, appeals court rules

NJ court upholds PSEG’s $300M nuclear subsidy | NJ Spotlight News Owners said three NJ nuclear plants would close unless customers paid. State considers renewing the deal A state appeals court upheld the decision by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to give hundreds of millions of dollars, paid by utility customers, to the …

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Edison aims to rally allies nationwide to push feds on permanent nuclear waste storage

Edison aims to rally allies nationwide to push feds on permanent nuclear waste storage Newton’s first law of motion states that a body at rest tends to stay at rest – and a body in motion tends to stay in motion – unless acted on by an external force. It’s called inertia, in science as …

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Ohio House expected to ax nuclear subsidies in piecemeal repeal of House Bill 6 on Wednesday

Ohio House expected to ax nuclear subsidies in piecemeal repeal of House Bill 6 on Wednesday COLUMBUS – Lawmakers in the Ohio House are expected to repeal a $1 billion bailout for two nuclear plants that federal investigators say was at the heart of a state bribery scandal. In a dramatic shift from 2019, state …

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PSEG says without $300M ratepayer nuclear subsidy, it will close South Jersey plants

PSEG says $300M nuclear subsidy is crucial | NJ Spotlight News Company goes before Board of Public Utilities again as it seeks to retain subsidy for another three years Public Service Enterprise Group told state officials it will close its three nuclear units in South Jersey if it does not retain a lucrative annual ratepayer …

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Bi-partisan coalition discusses the use of Diablo Canyon Power Plant after decommissioning

Bi-partisan coalition discusses the use of Diablo Canyon Power Plant after decommissioning The Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant is scheduled to be shutdown by 2025 and decommissioned in the following years, but the future use of the land is still up in the air. REACH, a Central Coast economic impact non-profit, is forming a bipartisan …

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Coalition of local leaders announce partnership to help plan future use of Diablo Canyon

Coalition of local leaders announce partnership to help plan future use of Diablo Canyon | NewsChannel 3-12 SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — A coalition of Central Coast leaders announced a broad-based partnership that will help plan the future transformation of the Diablo Canyon property once the nuclear power plant is closed in 2025.

Could Diablo Canyon become a green energy hub? ‘Grand vision’ includes eco-tourism, research

Could Diablo Canyon become a green energy hub? ‘Grand vision’ includes eco-tourism, research There’s a new vision in the works for Diablo Canyon Power Plant. Where a pair of nuclear reactors currently sit on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, imagine instead a research facility filled with college students and scientists studying marine life.

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