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CA Legislation Would Force Sale of Diablo Canyon to Benefit Wildfire Victims

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PG&E wants to destroy its $10.4 billion nuclear plant ASAP, and replace its clean electricity with gas-fired generation. "Not so fast," says its state representative, "you have some bills to pay."

The climate hoax has changed the power industry, generation capacity and grid quality, for the worst

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Wind and solar empirical production figures in GWH (energy) are dismal at around 25% of the hours over a year's time (about 2,200 hrs out of 8,760 hrs), it does not matter the politicians good will and the taxpayer’s funds, we cannot have 100%..
This innovation is making progress amd attracting interest from offshore wind develepers for obvious reasons.

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