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  • San Onofre to remain closed indefinitely, NRC chief says

     
    Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko, who toured the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant Friday, assured reporters that the plant would not restart until officials understand the root cause of the cause of systems failures that forced...
  • Repair bill for San Onofre nuclear plant could hit $65 million

     
    Edison International officials estimate that the company's cost for inspections and repairs at the closed San Onofre nuclear plant will be between $55 million and $65 million, but said that the costs may be recovered under a manufacturer's warranty. The.....
  • San Onofre may restart in June but may never hit full capacity

     
    A Southern California Edison executive says the company is hoping to have the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant back up and running in June, but even then the plant will have to run at a reduced capacity for the immediate future -- and perhaps forever......
  • Environmental group demands full review of nuke plant

    Environmental group demands full review of nuke plant
    SAN ONOFRE, Calif. --An environmental group filed a legal petition with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Monday to keep the troubled San Onofre nuclear plant closed pending extensive review by regulators and the public. Operators shut the...
  • Nuke plant problems blamed on computers

    Nuke plant problems blamed on computers
    SAN DIEGO - Faulty computer modeling caused the equipment problems that are expected to keep the San Onofre nuclear plant dark through the summer, federal regulators said Monday. Officials from theU.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commissiongave their first public...
  • NRC forbids San Onofre from reopening

    NRC forbids San Onofre from reopening
    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, citing serious concerns about equipment failures at the San Onofre nuclear plant, on Tuesday prohibited plant operator Southern California Edison from restarting the plant until the problems are thoroughly...
  • First Boeing Dreamliner arrives in Japan

    First Boeing Dreamliner arrives in Japan
    All Nippon Airways' first Boeing 787 Dreamliner touched down in Tokyo early on Wednesday with hundreds of aviation fans welcoming the carbon-composite plane that its American maker is fielding, albeit three years late, to keep rival Airbus out of its best...
  • Boeing Dreamliner lands in Hong Kong after 1st commercial flight

    Boeing Dreamliner lands in Hong Kong after 1st commercial flight
    The Boeing Co Dreamliner, the world's first carbon-composite airliner, flew to Hong Kong from Tokyo carrying its first paying passengers on Wednesday in a flight that could set a new benchmark in air travel. Its takeoff into clear blue skies after a...
  • NRC: Utility handled San Onofre leak correctly

    NRC: Utility handled San Onofre leak correctly
    SAN DIEGO -- Southern California Edison employees responded to a leak at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station "in accordance with procedures and in a manner that protected public health and safety,'' according to a report released Thursday by a...
  • The global factory

    Boeing Co.'s Wichita production plant holds a proud place not just in Boeing lore but in American history. A week after Pearl Harbor, mechanics began building the production line for the B-29 Superfortress bomber, even as workers constructed the...