The two facilities to be owned and operated by PG&E are a 657-megawatt plant in Colusa County and the 163- megawatt repowering of the Humboldt Bay Power Plant.
What does HBPP stand for?
HBPP stands for Humboldt Bay Power Plant
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- Holiday Beach Property Owners Association (Center Moriches, NY)
- Huntington Beach Police Officers Association (California)
- Harcourt Brace Professional Publishing (San Diego, CA)
- Harry Browne's Permanent Portfolio (finance)
- Heparin Binding Placental Protein
- Home Builder Purchasing Program (various locations)
- Human Brain Proteome Project (Germany)
- Hospital Bioterrorism Preparedness Planning Committee (California)
- Hal Bringman Public Relations (Los Angeles, CA)
- Hand-Bunched Pressed Rolled (cigars)
- High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia
- Hamilton Beach Proctor Silex
- Hamlyn Banks Primary School (Australia)
- Harlan Bioproducts for Science, Inc. (Harlan Laboratories)
- Health Benefits Performance Suite (software; VitalSpring Technologies)
- Hamster Buccal Pouch Tissue
- Histamine Bronchial Provocation Test
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The 2,250 MW in today's filing includes five agreements totaling 1,430 megawatts for the purchase of power from third party generators, one agreement for the construction of a 660 megawatt power plant that will be owned and operated by PG&E and one agreement related to the 163 megawatt repowering of the Humboldt Bay Power Plant.
As Chief Nuclear Officer, he will have responsibility for the safe and reliable operations of Diablo Canyon and Humboldt Bay Power Plants, and will be the lead contact with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO).
SAN FRANCISCO, May 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Gas and Electric Company has now provided the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) with a final report on the investigation into the location of segments of a used nuclear fuel rod at its Humboldt Bay Power Plant (HBPP) near Eureka in northern California.
Most of the changes to the RFO result from the CPUC decision, and PG&E's specific request for offers to replace generation from its Humboldt Bay Power Plant in Eureka, California.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company has provided the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) with an interim report on the status of the investigation into the location of segments of a used nuclear fuel rod at its Humboldt Bay Power Plant (HBPP) near Eureka in northern California.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company has updated the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) on the status of the investigation into the location of segments of a used nuclear fuel rod at its Humboldt Bay Power Plant near Eureka in northern California.