- Dec 6, 2021 11:19 am GMT
California has been in the throes of a widespread intense drought conditions, which has made it challenging for local power companies. As a result of limited water availability, maximum output levels can only be sustained for one or two hours per day. Consequently in 2021, monthly generation from hydroelectric plants in California has been near the bottom of its 10-year range, according to the US Energy Information Administration
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