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  • What will happen to Diablo Canyon after it closes?

    Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant will be shut down in 2025 after its operating licenses expire, owner Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has announced. Here's a look at what will become of the plant, according to a recently revised plan by PG&E consultant TLG Se

Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant will be shut down in 2025 after its operating licenses expire, owner Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has announced. Here's a look at what will become of the plant, according to a recently revised plan by PG&E consultant TLG Se Tribune staff
Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant will be shut down in 2025 after its operating licenses expire, owner Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has announced. Here's a look at what will become of the plant, according to a recently revised plan by PG&E consultant TLG Se Tribune staff

PG&E to pay $85 million to cities, SLO County, school district for Diablo Canyon closure

November 28, 2016 04:16 PM

UPDATED November 28, 2016 09:21 PM