Too much solar? How California found itself with an unexpected energy challenge – NBC Bay Area

It’s a common sight across the state: rows of suburban homes topped with solar panels. But as California works toward its ambitious clean energy vision, an almost counterintuitive challenge has emerged: The state is, at times, generating more solar energy than it can handle. It’s to the point where loads of clean energy are going to

Are solar panels a good investment? New Berkeley study offers an answer – The Mercury News

Alternatives employee Tony Chang installs no-cost solar panels on the rooftop of a low-income household on October 19, 2023 in Pomona, California. GRID Alternatives has installed no-cost solar for over 29,000 low-income households located in underserved communities. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) Solar power panels have long seemed an appealing option in California, a state

Too much solar? How California found itself with an unexpected energy challenge – NBC News

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — It’s a common sight across the state: rows of suburban homes topped with solar panels. But as California works toward its ambitious clean energy vision, an almost counterintuitive challenge has emerged: The state is, at times, generating more solar energy than it can handle. It’s to the point where loads of clean

Manager at Bay Area solar giant Sunrun allegedly used cocaine, popped pills in office, kept touching woman, ordered worker shot if he turned up angry – Silicon Valley

A manager for a Bay Area solar-power giant used cocaine and popped pills in the office, refused to stop touching a female employee, and told a subordinate to bring a gun to work and shoot another employee if the man showed up angry, a lawsuit by two former employees alleged. Francisco Bandeira, Jr., a manager in

If worker shows up angry, shoot him, manager at Bay Area solar giant Sunrun allegedly ordered – The Mercury News

A manager for a Bay Area solar-power giant used cocaine and popped pills in the office, refused to stop touching a female employee, and told a subordinate to bring a gun to work and shoot another employee if the man showed up angry, a lawsuit by two former employees alleged. Francisco Bandeira, Jr., a manager in