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Nuclear power plants can pump millions of dollars into local economies, but with more than 20 plants scheduled to close, how will these largely rural communities cope with this loss of revenue? We took a look at this issue in a recent article for The Daily Yonder.

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How Diablo Canyon’s likely delayed decommissioning will be extremely costly and comes with risks

November 29, 2022

How Diablo Canyon’s likely delayed decommissioning will be extremely costly and comes with risksThe state is working to extend the life of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant in San Luis Obispo County. But, it will eventually close and then comes decommissioning – a process many may be surprised to learn can take decades and […]

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Japan proposes to replace old nuclear reactors, extend lifetimes

November 29, 2022

Japan proposes to replace old nuclear reactors, extend lifetimes MASAYA KATO and JUNTARO ARAI, Nikkei staff writers TOKYO — Japan will study replacing old nuclear power plants with modern, safer ones, according to a draft policy document, marking a reversal of the country’s stance against new reactors since the 2011 Fukushima meltdowns.

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Feds offer $1B to keep California’s last nuclear plant open

November 22, 2022

Feds offer $1B to keep California’s last nuclear plant open The Biden administration on Monday announced preliminary approval to spend up to $1.1 billion to help keep California’s last operating nuclear power plant running, even as officials turned down a request for financial aid to restart a closed nuclear plant in Michigan.

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