Thanks to all who answered the call to Support Grid Reliability. We are very pleased to have had a really strong show of support for the action filed by Californians for Green Nuclear Power (CGNP), a non-profit environmental group in California, calling on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to review the planned retirement of Diablo Canyon, California’s largest single source of clean energy and the only source of firm clean power. Along with CGNP, we argued that shutting Diablo Canyon is a threat to California’s grid reliability and the health and well-being of Californians. At this time, the period for submitting supporting comments or intervening as a party has passed.
Monitoring the action. We urge those who are interested in this very important case to continue to educate yourself and follow the action. You can do that by going to FERC eLibrary and search by the case’s Docket No. EL21-13-000, which will produce all of the submittals for this case, which currently numbers 50. You can download any of the documents that have been submitted individually to learn more about the pleadings submitted by CGNP on October 26, 2020 or any subsequent intervention, pleading or comment. Additionally, you can eRegister with FERC and track the progress of this case by requesting to be notified of any submission.
The comment period is closed. CGNP and the intervenors will be able to continue to respond to pleadings pursuant to FERC’s procedures. If you missed the November 16th deadline for submittals or comments, there may be a way to apply to make a late pleading. You may contact CGNP at government@CGNP.org for more information on how you might be able to do that. Otherwise, the best way to support the success of this action is by supporting CGNP directly.