Get Back in the Clear
- Jul 1, 2020 8:18 pm GMT
From sandstorms and storm surges to tornadoes and wildfires, natural disasters can wreak havoc on solar power infrastructure — taking out inverters, knocking entire plants offline, and sending owners into a spiral of down time, repair costs, and lost revenue. In those critical first minutes and hours after a disaster, decision-makers must quickly choose a direction based on seemingly conflicting information. Here's what you need to know about plant recovery and restoration to get solar production back online.
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