Diablo Canyon Power Plant Closure Planning
The County is working with the Economic Vitality Corporation (EVC), local cities, school districts, and PG&E to look at options that would reduce the economic impacts our community will face due to the closure of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
The County is one of several stakeholders on an EVC committee, which includes leaders from local cities, K-12 and higher education sectors, business, and chambers of commerce.
Together, the stakeholder group will guide a two-phase project that will develop an economic strategy intended to help reduce the impact of the closure throughout our region.
The committee will use a consultant to perform a detailed analysis and aid in the development of long-term implementation strategies.
This project is being led by the Economic Vitality Corporation (EVC). Project updates will be posted on the EVC website periodically.
For more specific details on the project, please contact EVC Senior Project Director Loreli Cappel firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 788‐2015.
Economic Vitality Corporation Launches Economic Strategy Project for Diablo Canyon Power Plant Closure
8/6/2018 - In partnership with local stakeholders, the Economic Vitality Corporation of San Luis Obispo County (EVC) has officially launched an economic strategy project to prepare for resulting shifts in the region’s economy from the Diablo Canyon Power Plant2025 closure. Read more.
Key Senate Committees Approve Legislation to Ease Impact of Diablo Closure
4/23/2018 - Bipartisan bill to ease local impact of Diablo Canyon Power Plant heads to Senate Committee on Appropriations after earning key committee approval. Read more.
Bill Introduced to Address Local Impacts of Diablo Canyon Closure
3/16/2018 - Senator Bill Monning and Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham announced on March 16 the introduction of a bill that would safeguard public safety, health and economic security of San Luis Obispo County. Read more.
Completion of Economic & Fiscal Impact Analyses of the DCPP closure in the context of overall trends for the County of San Luis Obispo, with breakout analyses for the following cities of Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Grover Beach, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, and San Luis Obispo, as well as analyses for the following unincorporated communities of Avila Beach, Cambria, Los Osos, Nipomo, Oceano, Santa Margarita, San Miguel, and Templeton.
- Spring 2017: Review proposals for Economic Analyses and Strategic and Implementation Plan
- Summer 2017: Select consultants
- Winter 2018: Complete Economic & Fiscal Analyses
Estimated Date of Completion: 02/28/2018
Completion of an Economic Strategic and Implementation Plan that unifies the region under a collective vision and guides County leaders in the development of a coordinated economic strategy that fosters strong regional partnerships.
- Spring 2018: Begin Economic Strategic and Implementation Plan
- Winter 2019: Complete Economic Strategic and Implementation Plan
Estimated Date of Completion: 02/28/2019
Diablo Canyon Closure Town Hall 8-29-17 Slides
Diablo Canyon Reactor Decommissioning Town Hall Slides (Rep. Carbajal) 8-29-17
California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) Documents
Diablo Canyon Power Plant Closure Update (July 2016 Staff Report)
Economic Impact Study of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (June 2013)
Joint Proposal of PG&E and Others to Retire Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant (June 2016)
Desalination Project Documents
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