After the Hurricane, Solar Kept Florida Homes and a City’s Traffic Lights Running – InsideClimate News


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After the Hurricane, Solar Kept Florida Homes and a City’s Traffic Lights Running
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Most rooftop solar arrays are connected to the grid, so when the public power goes down, the rooftop solar power can’t be accessed—unless the customer has a stand-alone inverter, like Pereira does, or a battery storage system like the Tesla Powerwall.
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