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Gov. Gavin Newsom said he might delay the planned closure of California’s last nuclear plant.
Facing possible electricity shortages, the Democratic governor on Friday raised the possibility that the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant might continue operating beyond a planned closing by 2025.
First speaking to the Los Angeles Times editorial board Thursday, Newsom floated the idea that plant owner Pacific Gas & Electric could seek a share of $6 billion in federal funding the Biden administration established earlier last month to support the continue operation of nuclear reactors at risk of closing.
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The administration has touted U.S. nuclear reactors as "the nation’s largest source of clean energy."