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While you’re watching the eclipse, solar power companies are going to have a really bad day

The internet is about to explode with anticipation for Monday's solar eclipse. Traffic jams have backed up the entire state of Oregon, Harbor Freight is out of welding masks, and vets are issuing guidance for how dogs should deal with the eclipse. But while everyone is running around in a panic about the sky going dark, the officials in charge of power grids are prepping for a very unusual event.
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