Calif. plant owners file cost-recovery plan for steam-generator project

03/18/2013 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric seek to pass on to their customers about $768.5 million for the replacement of steam generators at their San Onofre nuclear plant in California, in response to an order from the California Public Utilities Commission, according to the companies' cost-recovery application. "If the steam generator replacement project cost exceeds $680 million, or the commission later finds that it has reason to believe the costs may be unreasonable regardless of the amount, the entire [project] cost shall be subject to a reasonableness review," said an order from the commission.

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