Edison Will Shut Down the San Onofre Nuclear Plant for Good

Okay....another bit of outdated information.  Can you tell that I'm catching up?

Southern Californians were jumping for joy when this announcement was made!  We must thank Gary Headrick and the volunteers with San Clemente Green and Donna Gilmore with San Onofre Safety for all their hardwork.

Read the excerpt below for details.


Southern California Edison announced Friday it would shut down the troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant.

The move comes 17 months after the San Onofre plant was closed because of problems in steam generator systems. The plant powered about 1.4 million households in Southern California before the outage.

Until now, Edison had vowed to restart the plant. But the company released a statement Friday saying it would stop the process to fire up the plant.

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