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When the sun disappears Monday, your electricity won’t

The last time the United States witnessed a full solar eclipse was 1979. America’s electricity picture has changed dramatically since then — states now rely more heavily on solar energy, and that trend is prompting questions and concerns regarding how the nation’s electric grid will handle Monday’s full solar eclipse. Industry experts, however, agree there’s […]
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