An Orange County lawmaker wants to replace the aging reactor with newer technology after leaky tubes forced an extended shutdown.
An environmental group is accusing Southern California Edison of misleading federal regulators about equipment and design changes that likely damaged alloy tubing that carries radioactive water at the San Onofre nuclear power plant, according to The Associated Press.
One of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power reactors has been shut down for repairs because of a problem with a water pump supplying the steam generators at the California coastal plant.
The City Council is facing pressure from some residents to oppose extension of San Onofre’s operating license beyond 2022, or even to seek shutdown now.
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