California is becoming known for its solar power, and this winter the state set a new record in solar power generation during not only the winter months – but during the shortest day of the year.
Winter days deliver about four fewer hours of daylight in California when compared to the summer days, but that’s not stopping the state from setting peak solar power generation records.
In August of last year, California passed the milestone of 1,029 megawatts (MW) of solar power production. To the surprise of many citizens in California and around the world, the state nearly reached that peak August generation level during the week of the Winter Solstice, which is the least-sunny time of the year, setting a new winter solar power generation record.
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