Nuclear California

An Investigative Report
  • 144 Pages
  • 3.55 MB
  • English
Center for Investigative
Nuclear Engineering (General), Nuclear facilities, Calif
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8515022M
ISBN 100960716602
ISBN 139780960716609

The grassroots battle against nuclear power, told by a historian who did time on both sides of the issue. CRITICAL MASSES tells how the citizens of California--from the tiny town of Wasco in the Central Valley to the vast suburbs of Los Angeles--challenged the threat of nuclear power, transformed the anti-nuclear movement, and helped change the face of U.S.

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Yet the bulk of the nuclear reactors currently operating in the U.S., which continue to produce about 20 percent of the nation’s energy, are reaching retirement age, and energy market forces don’t always favor nuclear. In June, California’s Pacific Gas and Electric utility announced plans to shutter its long-controversial Diablo.

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And California’s anti-nuclear fervor, which dates back to the s, has cooled. Gavin Newsom was a child when California’s Baby Boomers led the world in the fight against nuclear. PG&E’s agreement will close the book on the state’s history as a nuclear pioneer, but adds to its clean energy reputation.

California already leads the nation by far in use of solar energy. In California, when the nuclear plant at San Onofre closed, substitute power sources drove up customer costs by more than $ million. Fedor: The federal government may be able to help. Find nuclear medicine in California on Yellowbook.

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Unit 1 is no longer in service and has been dismantled. California’s power sector emissions are over twice as high today as they would have been had the state kept open and built planned nuclear plants. California’s political establishment pushed. California Department of Public Health Nuclear Detonation Operational Plan KAREN L.

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