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Local Activists for a Nuclear-Free Future 
Legal Intervenors in Diablo Safety Issues since 1973

San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace is a non-profit organization concerned with the local dangers involving the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, and with the dangers of nuclear power, weapons and waste on national and global levels. Additionally, Mothers for Peace works to promote peace and a nuclear-free, carbon-free world, utilizing conservation and sustainable resources.

 Attend CPUC

Public Participation

Hearings October 20


Mothers for Peace urges you to attend one of the upcoming Public Utilities Commission meetings in San Luis Obispo.  These are "Public Participation Hearings to provide an opportunity for residents and organizations in and near San Luis Obispo to provide their perspective and input to the CPUC about Pacific Gas and Electric Company's (PG&E) request to close its Diablo Canyon Power Plant."
Thursday, October 20
1:30pm AND 7:00pm
San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden in El Chorro Regional Park, Oak Glen Pavilion Room, 450 Dairy Creek Rd.
More information can be found at the website provided below - including information for sending written comments if you are not able to attend either of the meetings.
If you have concerns or questions regarding the Joint Proposal, safety, seismic, future land use, economic impacts....  try to attend! 

PG&E announces


 for Diablo Canyon!  

PG&E, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1245, Coalition of California Utility Employees, Friends of the Earth, Natural Resources Defense Council, Environment California, and Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility have developed a joint proposal to phase out PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) by 2025 and replace it with energy efficiency, renewable energy and other GHG-free resources.

Joint Proposal

PG&E Slideshow

Mothers for Peace Press Release :



California State Water Board

and Once-Through Cooling



Contrary to State policy, Diablo Canyon continues to use 2.4 billion gallons of ocean water each day to cool the two reactors through a system called once-through cooling (OTC). 


1. Sign up for OTC alert list:   https://mothersforpeace.org/contact-info

2. Once the Board publishes options for this enforcement, public comments will be needed demanding that the Water Board apply the OTC policy to Diablo Canyon. 

Background information: 

Fact sheet:  


Summary of OTC policy:




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