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Edison’s San Onofre Nuclear Plant Costs Top $400 Million

Edison International has spent $402 million on costs associated with its San Onofre nuclear power plant in Southern California that’s been shut for more than a year with damaged steam generators.

Costs for repairs and inspections climbed to $102 million and replacement power expenses rose to $300 million through Dec. 31, Rosemead, California-based Edison said today in a regulatory filing.