Summer Power Stayed on Despite Drought, Fires, Closed Nuke

Despite losing more than 2,000 megawatts of power from the shuttered San Onofre nuke and almost as much from drought-depleted reservoirs, California's power grid sailed through the long hot summer of 2014 -- with a little help from renewable energy.
Summer Power Stayed on Despite Drought, Fires, Closed Nuke
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