As California experiences consistent power shortages and strain on its power grid, the state assembly voted early Thursday morning to keep the the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant online until at least 2030 so it can provide energy to the Golden State.
According to local news, Suzanne Hosn, a spokeswoman for the Pacific Gas & Electric, the company that operates the plant, said, “PG&E is committed to California’s clean energy future. As a regulated utility, we follow the energy policies of the state. Early this morning, the legislature voted to seek to extend operations at Diablo Canyon Power Plant five years beyond its current license period to ensure statewide electric grid reliability as California transitions toward its clean energy future. This legislation has been sent to the governor.”
As Elex Michaelson for Fox LA reports, the governor of California, Gavin Newson, asked for the nuclear power plant to remain operational and is expected to sign the legislation, which passed in by a significant bipartisan 67-3 vote. more
Yeah, pushing the \\\”No ICE vehicles sold after 2035\\\” agenda, I\\\’m pretty sure that cutting off the nuke in 2030 will still sustain the desired control over citizens by forcing them into EVs with a marginalized power grid.
Well, no shit, Hair Gov. 10 more Nuke plants and you might have enough power to keep the lights on in the Golden State.
Amazing that there’s no push…
to outlaw private jets by 2025…..
but that would affect…….
the tptb’ers and wef’ers.
Governor Newsom, you just made a decision that will benefit your state. Does the Chinese Communist Party know about this? Are they going to demand their money back?
That’s one-in-a-row intelligent decision.
BLIND SQUIRREL FINDS NUT
Cuz Hoover Dam ain’t making any more juice soon.