Gov. Brown Met with Edison Over San Onofre Costs, Weeks Before Warsaw Pact

By Coalition of Energy Users

As the failed San Onofre nuclear plant north of Oceanside drained resources from the utility company that owns it, Edison International CEO Ted Craver was hoping for speedy relief from the California Public Utilities Commission.

Much was at stake in the outcome for the twin domes along Interstate 5, which closed in January 2012 amid a radiation leak. The premature closure brought with it $4.7 billion in costs.

For Edison, the news from the commission president, Michael Peevey, was not good.

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