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California reservation's solar microgrid provides power during utility shutoffs
by Erik Neumann
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28 February 2020
On 28 February 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
California's largest electric utility took the unprecedented step of shutting off power to millions of customers beginning last October. The decision was meant to prevent power equipment from sparking catastrophic wildfires. Now a renewable energy microgrid on a tiny California Native American reservation is proving to be one solution to this ongoing problem.
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The Blue Lake Rancheria microgrid powers a number of buildings on the reservation and helped provide necessary energy during county-wide power outages.
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