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NBC: Radioactive debris on beach at San Onofre California nuclear plant...radiation cover-up

This is why I am against nuclear power.  It is fundamentally unsafe.  You use a nuclear chain reaction to boil water, that steam turns a turbine, which generates electricity.   540 more words


Broken water main shuts down El Cajon road

EL CAJON, Calif. — A water main break just outside El Cajon Thursday prompted authorities to close a stretch of Greenfield Drive.

The ruptured water main sent water into the roadway shortly after 1:30 a.m. 157 more words


Trolley returns to service after power line trouble

SAN DIEGO — Several power lines came down for unknown reasons in Logan Heights Wednesday, leaving nearby homes and businesses in the dark and disrupting light-rail service in the area through the morning. 146 more words


SDG&E wants to put new natural gas line through North County

RANCHO BERNARDO, Calif. — Of the two lines that bring natural gas into San Diego County, one installed in 1949 needs to be replaced, at an expected cost of about $600 million. 212 more words


Some residents go without A/C as SDG&E turns off power

SAN DIEGO — San Diego Gas & Electric had scheduled several planned outages for this weekend to do maintenance work.

To accomplish the repairs, crews have to turn off power for several hours in neighborhoods such as Ocean View Hills in the South Bay. 197 more words


Smart Meters are a known fire hazard -- new evidence revealed by electrical workers union

In a proceeding before the National Labor Relations Board, evidence was submitted that Smart Meter fires, burned Smart Meters, burned meter sockets, and malfunctioning Smart Meters are regularly occurring and are known to… 434 more words

Half-Empty Planes: Utilization Rates for California’s Electric Grid Part II

In Part I of this post, we discussed the concept of asset utilization — or load factor — and looked at recent trends for California’s investor-owned utilities (IOU). 1,034 more words