Jennifer Manfre

Southern California Edison

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Senior Manager of Media Relations for Southern California Edison

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Southern California Edison's website calls the  San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station 's two reactors the region's "largest and most reliable sources of electricity." Not any more.

San Onofre: the Nuclear Plant in LA's Backyard

Southern California Edison's website calls the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station 's two reactors the region's "largest and most reliable sources of electricity." Not any more.

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