Today, the California State Lands Commission voted to extend the lease for operating Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant by five years, from August 2025 to October
2030. Review of the lease extension and approval by the State Lands Commission was a
provision included in SB 846, the 2022 legislation to keep Diablo Canyon online through 2030.
Today, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) held a meeting in San Luis Obispo to provide an overview of the license renewal process for the Diablo Canyon
Power Plant and presented the end of cycle assessment of safety performance at Diablo
John Woolard, CEO of Meridian Clean Energy, discusses the important role Diablo Canyon plays in a “balanced portfolio approach.”
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Carbon Free California (CFC) appreciates the opportunity to provide these comments in response to the presentation made by the staff of the California Energy Commission in the above-referenced proceeding.
When California voters recalled then-Gov. Gray Davis in 2003, a year after giving him a second term, they established a new political principle: Governors must, no matter what the political or financial cost, avoid power blackouts
Gov. Newsom’s announcement that his Administration would ask the California Legislature to authorize continued operation of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant was welcomed by many energy experts.
Today, a group of former critics of nuclear power issued a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislators
Today, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration released a proposal to ensure the state can meet its climate and clean energy goals
Newly released polling shows strong local support for extending operations of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant
California is a global model in the fight against climate change, but the balance necessary to achieve carbon neutrality is delicate