Whitchuch Engineering wins award for decommissioning Humboldt Bay Power Plant by Brian BeneventiTuesday, December 10th 2019

The Good News is California now has ONE RUNNING NUKE out of the 7  built – Diablo Canyon – and the decision has already been made to “shut it down by 2024 and begin the extensive and lengthy cooling process known as ‘Cold Storage’. The licensee informed the NRC of its intent to permanently cease operations for Diablo Canyon, Units 1 and 2, on November 2, 2024, for Unit 1, and August 26, 2025, for Unit 2.          https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2019/09/17/2019-20091/pacific-gas-and-electric-company-diablo-canyon-nuclear-power-plant-units-1-and-2 

ON ANOTHER CALIFORNIA NUKE NOTE:

Whitchuch Engineering wins award for decommissioning Humboldt Bay Power Plant
by Brian Beneventi — Tuesday, December 10th 2019

Whitchurch Engineering received a 2019 Best Projects Award by Engineering News Record-California (ENR-California) for their decommissioning of the Humboldt Bay Power Plant, according to a press release from Cox Rasmussen & Co. Advertising Agency.

Founded in 1996, the Eureka-based Whitchurch Engineering has completed many commercial and residential projects in Humboldt County.

The Humboldt Bay Power Plant is just south of Eureka near Humboldt Bay. Built in 1960, it was the nation’s seventh commercially-licensed nuclear plant.

https://krcrtv.com/north-coast-news/eureka-local-news/whitchuch-engineering-wins-award-for-power-plant-decommissioning

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