|PUC is urged to cut ratepayer costs in wake of San Onofre closure|
Los Angeles Times
PUC is urged to cut ratepayer costs in wake of San Onofre closure. The California Public Utility Commission's ratepayer advocate division sent a letter Monday asking that the commission act immediately to lower Southern California Edison and San Diego ...
|DRA letter to the CPUC about San Onofre costs|
North County Times
In its recent July 31 10Q filing, Edison International reported that "SCE's 2012 annual revenue requirement request for its direct operating and maintenance costs, depreciation and return on its investment in San Onofre Unit 2, Unit 3 and related ...
|New Gas Power Plants May Be Built at Huntington Beach Site|
San Diego Reader (blog)
The new proposed electric generating units would produce up to 939 megawatts of power, a bit less than half the capacity lost when San Onofre went offline. The units would also use a “dry cooling” system, which would not require ocean water to be ...
|Flash flood warning issued in East County|
U-T San Diego
The alert is a stronger appeal to the public to curb consumption. The challenge to meet demand is harder than usual because the San Onofre Nuclear Generation Station is not operating. San Onofre typically provides about 20 percent of San Diego's power.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Posted by Michele Kearney at 3:05 PM