Decommissioning Diablo Canyon Power Plant in 2025
Follow the decommissioning planning process
PG&E will discontinue its power operations at Diablo Canyon upon the expiration of the Unit 1 and Unit 2 operating licenses, in November 2024 and August 2025, respectively.
Decommissioning will begin promptly after the units shutdown; and the process will take approximately ten years.
PG&E is soliciting suggested ideas and offers for future use of the Diablo Canyon lands and facilities.
Stay informed through the resources below. You may also contact PG&E with questions or input at email@example.com.
Visit our archive of news releases and select Diablo Canyon Engagement Panel resources. Also find regulatory documents related to the decommissioning.
Diablo Canyon lands and facilities
Made up of members of the local community, the Panel reviews information and provides direct input to PG&E on matters related to the decommissioning.
We want to hear from you
PG&E is soliciting ideas and offers for the future use of the site’s facilities and lands. If you have an idea you’d like to share, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about the DCPP decommissioning
Safe storage of used fuel
The decommissioning leadership team
Vice President of Generation Business & Technical Services
- Overall strategic direction and oversight
- Asset project strategy
- Regulatory and risk management
Director of Nuclear Decommissioning
- Decommissioning planning
- Decommissioning Implementation
- Humboldt Bay Power Plant decommissioning close-out
- Project planning, engineering and estimating
Director of Strategic Initiatives
- Regulatory activities
- Community outreach and engagement
- Governmental oversight Humboldt Bay Power Plant (HBPP) regulatory and community
- Land use and repurposing