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Decommissioning San Onofre will cost $4.4 billion

Just something to think about before we build any more nuclear power plants….

The Seaside Courier reported today:

The Community Engagement Panel, which was created to advise plant owners Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric and others, will take up an estimate that the two decades-long process could cost $4.4 billion. 96 more words

Nuclear Power

Premature failure of U.S. spent nuclear fuel storage canisters

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) should delay funding the new San Onofre dry cask storage system until Southern California Edison provides written substantiation that the major problems identified below are resolved. 2,860 more words

San Onofre

Premature Failure of U.S. Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Canisters

In a nutshell all we are saying is that this process should be slowed down to ensure the best possible choice of dry cask canisters is made, spend the money wisely “once” to avert another steam generator type disaster and ensure the safety of California’s future. 2,805 more words


The Sun-drenched Cosmic Wave Ride Winds Down

6.5 days remain of my 10-week internship here at JPL. Recently, I have watched many of my new friends complete their own time here and depart for home. 752 more words

Rambling Semi-coherence

Gone surfing

Oval window Volkswagen at San Onofre Beach for Big Wednesday. This unofficial event is skip work and go surfing. About 150 VWs show up and take over Old Man’s beach.


Tonight's San Onofre Decommissioning Meeting postpone till August 28 2014

Photo courtesy of : WPPilot with a link to it at http:commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki

Southern California Edison announced this week that they are fully funded to complete the 20 year and 4.4 Billion dollar decommissioning plan of San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant. 44 more words

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