A Southern California Summer without Nuclear Power?

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At San Onofre, on the coast near the boundary of Orange and San Diego Counties, both nuclear generators have been shut down since January. On a high-profile visit with US Senator Dianne Feinstein, the chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Gregory Jaczko, said they won't be started again until what he calls "a very serious" issue has been resolved. That means nine percent of the power in the LA region and 20 percent in San Diego won't be available if there's a summer heat wave.


Morgan Lee - U-T San Diego - @SoCalSpark, Veronica Gutierrez - Southern California Edison - @socaledison, Larry Agran - City of Irvine

Warren Olney

Christian Bordal, Caitlin Shamberg, Lata Pandya