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  • Community Engagement Panel Held Its First Meeting

    Tuesday, March 25
    6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

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  • Data, Documents & Information

    Our document library offers free access to facts related to the design of the replacement steam generators.

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  • Regulatory Compact Vital
    To Energy Transformation

    Read more about why a UC San Diego energy expert urges the CPUC to resist a politically expedient decision on San Onofre.

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  • An Open Letter To You

    In a letter to you published in regional publications, we answer questions about the recent decision to close the San Onofre nuclear plant, the cost recovery process, and how electricity rates are determined.


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Southern California Edison (SCE) announced June 7, 2013 that it will permanently retire Units 2 and 3 of its San Onofre nuclear plant. SCE concluded that continuing uncertainty about when or if San Onofre Unit 2 might return to service was not good for customers, investors or the need to plan for the region's long-term electricity needs. Safety, stewardship and community engagement will guide SCE as it partners with the community to make the San Onofre decommissioning a national model for the electric power industry.

SONGS Decommissioning CEP Charter
Core Principles for San Onofre Decommissioning
Q&A with San Onofre Site Vice President Tom Palmisano
Decommissioning San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Brochure

Comprehensive San Onofre Settlement Agreement

8-K
Statement

Emergency Plan

Process
NRC Letter

Current Status

SCE formally notified the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) on June 12, 2013 that it had permanently ceased operation of Units 2 and 3 on June 7, 2013. The notification, called a Certification of Permanent Cessation of Power Operations, sets the stage for SCE to begin preparations for decommissioning. Decommissioning is a well-defined NRC process that involves transferring the used fuel into safe storage, followed by the removal and disposal of radioactive components and materials. Longer term, this process calls for reducing residual radioactivity to a level that supports termination of the NRC license.

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The following documents relate to the design of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) Replacement Steam Generators (RSGs). Southern California Edison (SCE) is making these documents available so that the facts relating to the design of the RSGs are publicly known.


Community Engagement Panel

We want the San Onofre decommissioning process to be managed in an inclusive, forward-thinking and responsible way. In particular, the current and previous owners of San Onofre are committed to creating an advisory Community Engagement Panel (CEP) to bring together diverse stakeholders and open a conduit of information and ideas between the owners and the public. The panel would ensure that all key interests are included and heard: Elected representatives of the surrounding cities and counties, the military, local environmentalists, business, labor, customer interests and academia.

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CEP Meeting Agenda
CEP Presentation
CEP Briefing Materials (14.4MB .zip file)
CEP Meeting Transcript

Guiding Principles

The decommissioning of the San Onofre plant will be a long and complex process requiring the balancing of many interests. We want the decommissioning to be the model for the industry and will operate under core princples and values.

Our Core Principles and Values

Members of the San Onofre Community Engagement Panel

The Community Engagement Panel meets at least quarterly.

Chairman

David G. Victor

Members

Community Engagement Panel Meeting

 

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CEP Meeting Agenda

CEP Presentation

CEP Briefing Materials (14.4MB .zip file)

CEP Meeting Transcript