Could Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant withstand a major earthquake? That is the question some of the top minds in seismic research are trying to answer this week. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission kicked off a two-day event at the Embassy Suites in San Luis Obispo Wednesday. Experts from across the... more »
The focus of a public meeting hosted by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Tuesday night was supposed to be the safety at the Diablo Canyon Power Plant in 2009, but that didn't stop some concerned residents from bringing up last week's alert at the plant.
A town hall meeting was... more »
A local organization has filed formal paperwork with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in opposition to the license renewal of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (SLOMFP) says its attorney filed the paperwork on their behalf on Monday. The groups says now the NRC... more »
The Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant was the hot topic at a meeting in San Luis Obispo Wednesday.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, or NRC, hosted two public meetings.
People gathered at the Embassy Suites Hotel to put their two cents worth in about their concerns at the plant.... more »
The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors could soon be sending joint letters to federal regulators about the license extension of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
Supervisor Adam Hill has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to hold off on re-licensing Diablo Canyon until enhanced seismic studies are done.... more »
It's a debate over the future of Diablo Canyon. People on both sides are voicing some strong opinions on whether the nuclear power plant should have its licenses renewed. PG&E is asking the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to extend the plant's licenses another 20 years. The application for that was filed... more »
The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission will be in San Luis Obispo tomorrow to discuss the licensing renewal process for the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. The NRC will be holding two meetings for the public to voice their concerns. The meetings will be from 1:30 p.m. To 4:30 p.m., and... more »
A recent safety concern at the Diablo Canyon Power Plant took center stage at a public meeting Tuesday night.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission discussed their findings of a special inspection. This comes after PG&E changed the position of some valves in a safety system. The system was designed to... more »