Southern California Edison estimates will pursue restart of San Onofre units by end of year

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The Associated Press obtained documents which show Southern California Edison notified the Public Utilities Commission last week that the San Onofre Unit 2 reactor could possibly be back in service by November 18th, and Unit 3 by December 31st.

The documents did not include a formal request to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to restart either reactor, which must be approved prior to any restart attempt.  A spokesperson for Edison said the dates submitted to state power managers for planning could be changed.

Source: The Associated Press

Source: KENS 5 San Antonio

 

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