San Onofre SubsidiesCalifornia ratepayers have carried the whole financial burden of the San Onofre nuclear generator failures. If your home, business, school, shopping center or city hall is powered by Southern California Edison, you paid for the defective nuclear generators and management failures at San Onofre.
A variety of critical and complex problems related to the non-operating San Onofre nuclear power plant have raised new questions about fairness to ratepayers – a goal that cannot be achieved without requiring financial accountability of utility management and shareholders.
Please tell the California Public Utitlty Commission that it is not fair to ratepayers to pay for costs arising from the installation of unproven technology used in the failed San Onofre nuclear generators.
Take action as a resident by calling on the California PUC to return $1.65 Billion to ratepayers for the failed San Onofre nuclear generators at this link https://secure.sierraclub.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=13930
Thank you for your support.
Glenn Pascall, Chair
San Onofre Task Force
Attorney Michael Aguirre at the California Publice Utilities meeting in Costa Mesa, CA.