California governor signs bill to keep last reactors running

Increase the lifespan of the last nuclear power plant in operation in the state by up to five years.

In order to prevent outages while the state switches to solar and other renewable energy sources, Newsom campaigned for the longer term.

The twin-domed facility, which is located on a bluff above the Pacific halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is not directly under Newsom's control.

The long-running argument about the site's seismic safety was also renewed by Newsom's proposal.

The Biden administration set aside $6 billion to save nuclear units that were in danger of closing, and PG&E will be eligible for a share of that amount.

PG&E has put off maintenance because it anticipated that the plant would shut down by 2025.

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