Transmission capacity a major cause of California blackouts according to Energy Info Source

Although supplies were available in the Southwest, insufficient transmission capacity existed to bring energy to consumers in Northern California. Unable to get the power where it was needed, the lights went out in large swaths of Northern California.

Jan. 30, 2001–The California that my father remembers – the California that he desperately wants to return to – is evaporating before his eyes.


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