Solar panels produce energy at the Desert Sunlight Energy Center near Desert Center, Calif., on Dec. 19, 2019.

No one is enjoying the rolling blackouts – especially in the midst of this supremely hot summer.n 

And some are blaming them on solar energy – but that is blatantly wrong. In fact, solar did exactly what it’s supposed to do – add a substantial amount of energy to the grid.

In fact, if you think about it, solar works its best and contributes the most electric during the peak hours of mid-afternoon demand during the summer months. And if not for the solar on homes and businesses throughout California, including more than 5,000 in the Coachella Valley that Renova is responsible for, the outages would have lasted far longer and been more widespread.

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