State has too much daytime electricity
- Mar 20, 2017 3:07 am GMT
California’s power-grid operators are dealing with a glut of daytime electricity produced by household, government, business and industrial solar installations. This forces the electricity prices on state’s real-time marketplace to plummet, leading some powerplant operators to shut down until demand catches up with supply later in the day.
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