The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Plant Community Engagement Panel is Wednesday June 5 2019 in Oceanside California.
The public is strongly encouraged to attend this Community meeting.
This regular meeting of the Community Engagement Panel (CEP) is formed to advise the community of the San Onofre Nuclear Plant on decommissioning the facility.
The SONGS meeting will focus on Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Decommissioning for San Onofre now that the plant is permanently shut down.
The meeting also will include opportunities for public comments.
4:30pm-5:30pm: SONGS Staffed Information Booths
5:30pm thru 5:35pm: Welcome and Opening Comments with David Victor, CEP Chairman
5:35pm thru 5:55pm: CEP General Updates
5:55pm thru 6:05pm: SONGS Decommissioning Updates
6:05pm thru 6:55pm: Fuel Transfer Operations: Status & Path Forward
6:55pm thru 7:15pm: NRC Update
7:15pm thru 7:25pm: Break
7:25pm thru 8:25pm: General Public Comment and Facilitated Dialogue
8:25pm thru 8:30pm: Closing
SONGS Current Information June 5 2019
San Onofre Decommissioning Community Engagement Panel Regular Meeting
SCE and the co-owners of the nuclear plant established the CEP to serve as a conduit of information between the owners and the public throughout decommissioning.
The current owners of San Onofre are SCE, San Diego Gas & Electric and the city of Riverside.
The city of Anaheim is a previous owner.
Current and previous owners are responsible for decommissioning.
SCE announced in June 2013 that it would retire San Onofre Units 2 and 3, and has begun decommissioning the facility. SCE has established core principles of safety, stewardship and engagement to guide decommissioning.
For more information about SCE, visit http://www.songscommunity.com.
The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Community Engagement Panel Decommissioning Meeting is at QLN Conference Center.
The QLN Conference Center is located at 1938 Avenida Del Oro in Oceanside California.
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