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Activists want California nuclear reactor closed over safety concerns

The Diablo Canyon reactors were scheduled to shutter in 2025, but California reversed course last year and is now considering running the plant until at least the end of the decade.
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Taking back the power (literally)

Frontline communities from California to Puerto Rico lead the fight for energy democracy.
Returning Diablo Canyon lands to Indigenous hands

Returning Diablo Canyon lands to Indigenous hands

The Yak Titʸu Titʸu Yak Tiłhini in California have requested the return of their coastal homelands, currently occupied by a nuclear power plant.
California governor proposes $1.4 billion loan to keep nuclear plant open

California governor proposes $1.4 billion loan to keep nuclear plant open

California Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing to give PG&E Corp a $1.4 billion government loan to extend the life of a nuclear power plant it runs by as much as a decade as the state seeks to shore up electric reliability while moving away from fossil fuels.

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Frustrated with utilities, some Californians are leaving the grid

Frustrated with utilities, some Californians are leaving the grid

Citing more blackouts, wildfires and higher electricity rates, a growing number of homeowners are choosing to build homes that run entirely on solar panels and batteries.
PG&E says it faces a federal inquiry and $1.15 billion in losses over the Dixie fire

PG&E says it faces a federal inquiry and $1.15 billion in losses over the Dixie fire

The California utility already faces state criminal charges over the blaze this year, the second largest wildfire ever recorded in the state.
PG&E fire victims uncompensated after 6 years

'They need help now:' In Gold Country, PG&E fire victims have waited 6 years for payment

Fire victims have waited years to be paid by PG&E — none longer than survivors of the 2015 Butte Fire.

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