Keeping California’s lights on in emergencies with DERs
The fossil fuel industry jumped at the opportunity to blame clean, renewable energy sources, like solar power, in the aftermath of California’s mid-August blackouts. But the attack on solar did not pass the smell test. Fossil fuel power plants under contract with utility companies were the resource that failed to deliver much-needed electricity, writes Bernadette del Ciaro, executive director of the California Solar & Storage Association. And this resulted in blackouts.
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