A state law requiring half the state’s electricity to come from renewable sources was the key motivation in PG&E’s decision not to seek license renewal for Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, PG&E’s Chief Nuclear Officer Ed Halpin told The Tribune on Thursday.
A state law requiring half the state’s electricity to come from renewable sources was the key motivation in PG&E’s decision not to seek license renewal for Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, PG&E’s Chief Nuclear Officer Ed Halpin told The Tribune on Thursday.
A state law requiring half the state’s electricity to come from renewable sources was the key motivation in PG&E’s decision not to seek license renewal for Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, PG&E’s Chief Nuclear Officer Ed Halpin told The Tribune on Thursday.

PG&E official: Renewable energy policy driving Diablo Canyon closure

June 23, 2016 09:10 PM