Could Diablo Canyon become a green energy hub? ‘Grand vision’ includes eco-tourism, research

Where a pair of nuclear reactors currently sit on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, imagine instead a research facility filled with college students and scientists studying marine life. Thick power lines that stretch across California, now fed with electricity from those turbines, would get instead be powered by off-shore wind turbines. Land that is currently owned by PG&E would once again be maintained by its original stewards, the yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini Northern Chumash people.

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