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California Electricity Woes: More Intervention, Higher Prices, More Emissions (the back side of wind and solar)

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Facing a 3,500 MW shortfall in power generation capacity to meet current peak demand, and predicting a 5,000 MW deficit next summer, California is adding regulation to regulation, reports Rob Nikolewski in his recent piece for the San Diego Union Tribune.

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