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To keep the lights on during California's blackouts, people are using solar power
by Adele Peters
Fast Company Translate This Article
9 October 2019
On 9 October 2019 Fast Company reported:
As long blackouts become more common in California to reduce the risk of devastating wildfires, more people are turning to solar power and battery storage. 'Between the solar and the batteries, we could go on indefinitely as long as there's some sun,' says architect Richard Schuh, who lives and works in the hills north of the town of Sonoma in an area without power. As more people install batteries, that can also help reduce the risk of fire by easing stress on transmission lines.
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