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Eclipse prompts California power grid changes when solar energy supply dips

Although the moon will push in front of the sun and darken the skies on Monday, California’s solar-heavy electricity grid isn’t expected to run short on energy to power homes, businesses and industry. The manager of the state’s electricity grid, the California Independent System Operator, said...
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