PBS NOW interviews the Mothers for Peace and highlights their opposition to nuclear power.
Plan to attend the annual shareholder meeting in San Francisco.
On Tuesday, June 29, the NRC will be holding two public meetings in San Luis Obispo regarding Diablo Canyon. Both meetings will be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 333 Madonna Road.
As a result of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling, the NRC is ordered to prepare a revised environmental assessment of the Diablo Canyon dry cast storage project.
The Atomic Safety and Licensing Board will hear arguments for Mothers for Peace Contentions on May 26, 2010.
On Monday, March 22, 2010, San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (SLOMFP), represented by attorney Diane Curran of Washington, D.C., filed with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to oppose the license renewal of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.
MFP Action Committee encourages Senator Feinstein to remove nuclear loan guarantees from the Energy Policy Act of 2007.
The San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace has filed objections with the California State Water Resources Control Board to proposed revisions to the policy governing use of ocean water for once-through cooling as it relates to the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant and its request for license renewal.
In its comments to the CEC, Mothers for Peace stated: "The Energy Commission, working with the CPUC as part of the CPUC’s authority to fund and oversee utilities’ plant relicensing feasibility studies, should develop a plan for reviewing the costs and benefits of nuclear plant license extensions, scope of evaluation, and the criteria for assessment."
In terms of safety, security, and economics, it is not in the public interest to add an additional 20 years to the operating life of the the two reactors at Diablo Canyon.
Although Contention 2 was denied by the NRC Commissioners, Commissioner Gregory Jaczko wrote an 8 page opinion in support of the MFP position.
San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace filed comments on the NRC Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement which streamlines nuclear power plant license extensions.
Attorney Diane Curran argues for admittance of five Mothers for Peace Contentions before the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board.
NRC attempts to stop MFP from obtaining a hearing before the Ninth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals
Attorney Diane Curran accuses the NRC of illegal secrecy and of refusing to comply with federal laws.
Mothers for Peace asks for access to the documents upon which the NRC claims to have relied in reaching its conclusion that even a successful terrorist attack on the dry casks would have 'no significant impact' on the environment.
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A 3-judge panel of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLB) handed down a decision to accept four of the five Contentions filed by the San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (SLOMFP) in opposition to Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E’s) application for license renewal of the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant.
On August 26, San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (SLOMFP) attorney Diane Curran filed counter arguments to PG&E’s appeal of a recent ruling by an Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLB) of the NRC. PG&E has objected to every single one of the four issues on which the ASLB has agreed to hold hearings.
A recent interview of San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (MFP) spokesperson Jane Swanson may be heard at www.ifyoulovethisplanet.org
San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace pursues Ninth Circuit Court Appeal and opposition to Diablo Canyon License Renewal.