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PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant Wikipedia Profile (TLR Note: Relevant to PG & E’s Ophelia Basgal, Geoffrey Brown, Michael Peevey, Peter Arth, Nancy McFadden, Howard Rice, and Sir James Brosnahan / Martha Escutia / Joe Dunn of Voice of OC)

Diablo Canyon Power Plant, 2009 photo from offshore. The light beige domes are the containment structures for Unit 1 and 2 reactors. The brown building is the turbine building where electricity is generated and sent to the grid. In the foreground is the Administration Building (black and white stripes).

Diablo Canyon Power Plant is an electricity-generating nuclear power plant at Avila Beach in San Luis Obispo County, California. The plant has two Westinghouse-designed 4-loop pressurized-water nuclear reactors operated by Pacific Gas & Electric. The facility is located on about 750 acres (300 ha) in Avila Beach, California. Together, the twin 1,100 MWe reactors produce about 18,000 GW·h of electricity annually, supplying the electrical needs of more than 2.2 million people, sent along the Path 15 500-kV lines that connect to this plant. It was built directly over a geological fault line, and is located near a second fault.[1][2][3][4][5]

According to a SLO Tribune interview with PG&E’s Chris Johns, “tragedy in Japan has prompted more concerns from Diablo Canyon’s 1,800 employees than any other issue, Becker said. Plant managers are holding brown-bag lunch meetings with employees to address those concerns”.

 

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