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Mark Krebs on Energy Efficiency under Biden’s DOE (Part III of IV: Biden’s Bias)

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This inherent unreliability of renewables could lead to a thriving market for small emergency generators to serve select critical electric loads.  However, regulators are trying to prevent that; as seems to be the case in California: Why California’s Move to Ban Gas-Powered Generators (and Lawn Equipment) Could Leave Californians in the Dark.

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