Calif. Agencies Begin Weighing Options to Replace Nuclear Supply

Reuters: Six California state agencies met to try to satisfy competing electric and air quality issues amid the pressing need to replace the electric supply lost after the crippled San Onofre nuclear plant was retired early, officials said on Monday. Southern California Edison, owned by Edison International , said in June it would retire both nuclear reactors at San Onofre, totaling 2,150 megawatts, more than a year after severe damage was discovered in thousands of tubes inside newly installed steam generators.......

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