How Renewable Sites Can Prepare For El Nino

By Roy L Hales Originally published on the ECOreport. The last four years of drought have left many Californian renewable sites unprepared for the return of wet weather. Dry lake beds, which can be vulnerable to flooding once the rains come, are often used for renewable sites. Wind turbines are built into terraces on mountain passes, which are vulnerable to [&hellip
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