Solar offsets California hydro gap

California relies heavily on snowpack in the Sierra Nevada mountains for water during its dry summer months.

California relies heavily on snowpack in the Sierra Nevada mountains for water during its dry summer months.

One happy historic performance is helping to offset another tragic one underway in California, with surging solar installations buoying the state’s supply of electricity even as a crippling water drought dents hydroelectric production.

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