State wants renewables in the mix, but ultimately utilities will get to decide where most of the power will come from
Perched beside the Pacific Ocean between Los Angeles and San Diego, San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) cranked out power to Southern California for four decades until a small radiation leak discovered in January 2012 revealed bigger problems. The plant was taken offline and in June of 2013, officially shuttered.
Photo by Rian Castillo
At the end of its operational lifetime, SONGS… more
by: Tara Lohan