Murray Jennex

San Diego State University

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Associate Professor at San Diego State University, he spent 20 years in the nuclear power industry.

Murray Jennex on KCRW

It's illegal to build any new nuclear plants in California, but two are already in place, generating a huge amount of the state's electricity.

California's Earthquake-Prone Nuclear Reactors

It's illegal to build any new nuclear plants in California, but two are already in place, generating a huge amount of the state's electricity.

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