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California plans for power shortage ahead of its hottest and driest months

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California is expecting energy shortages this summer during its hottest and driest months.

Extreme heat and wildfires, as well as impacts from the drought on the supply chain of the solar industry, will create challenges for energy reliability this summer. The state is expected to have 1700 fewer megawatts of power than it needs during the times of highest demand.

For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Liz Saint John and Kris Ankarlo spoke with Severin Borenstein, Professor of Business Administration and Public Policy and faculty director of the Energy Institute at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business

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