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Devin Nunes wants to keep Diablo Canyon open. PG&E says its plans haven’t changed

Devin Nunes wants to keep Diablo Canyon open. PG&E says its plans haven’t changed A California congressman has proposed a bill that would require Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant to stay open, but PG&E isn’t stopping its decommissioning process just yet. U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes, who represents the 22nd District in the Central Valley, on …

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Morro Bay wind farm could add $262 million to economy — but it needs a wind port to do it

Morro Bay wind farm could add $262 million to economy – but it needs a wind port to do it A 3-gigawatt wind farm off the coast of San Luis Obispo County could generate at least 650 good-paying jobs and $262 million in annual economic impact to San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties’ economies, …

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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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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.

Officials and community groups envision future use of Diablo Canyon site

Officials and community groups envision future use of Diablo Canyon Parcel P site Leaders from federal, state, and county government, Cal Poly, The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County, the yak tityu tityu yak tiłhini Northern Chumash, and the Tri-Counties Building and Construction Trades Council have announced a new partnership under the coordination of …

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