Status of continued operations at Diablo Canyon Power Plant

atom iconPG&E is scheduled to 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.

hat iconIn September of 2022, Governor Newsom signed legislation seeking to extend operations at DCPP past its current license period to ensure electricity reliability and combat climate change as California continues toward its clean energy future.

sun iconPG&E is on two concurrent tracks: pursuing continued operations through relicensing while continuing to plan for the eventual decommissioning of the power plant.

Get involved

Stay informed through the resources below. You may also contact PG&E with questions or input at

News releases and important documents

Visit our archive of news releases and select Diablo Canyon Engagement Panel resources. Also find regulatory documents related to the decommissioning and possible extended operations.

Diablo Canyon lands and facilities

Diablo Canyon lands and facilities

Learn about the Diablo Canyon lands and facilities. View the interactive maps or watch our video tours for even more information.



Diablo Canyon Decommissioning Engagement Panel

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.

Learn more about the DCPP decommissioning