“If we have an overabundance of solar energy in Southern California, we can now send it to the Pacific Northwest,” said Steven Greenlee, spokesman for the California Independent System Operator, the nonprofit that oversees the state’s bulk electric power system.
“If we have an overabundance of solar energy in Southern California, we can now send it to the Pacific Northwest,” said Steven Greenlee, spokesman for the California Independent System Operator, the nonprofit that oversees the state’s bulk electric power system. Andy Alfaro Special to The Bee
“If we have an overabundance of solar energy in Southern California, we can now send it to the Pacific Northwest,” said Steven Greenlee, spokesman for the California Independent System Operator, the nonprofit that oversees the state’s bulk electric power system. Andy Alfaro Special to The Bee

California saves $12 million in new energy market

February 01, 2016 04:52 PM

UPDATED February 08, 2016 06:19 AM

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