California leads the nation in the production of solar power. Solar produces nearly 14% of the state’s electricity annually. Some months that percentage climbs higher and some months it is lower. And those high months are starting to cause problems for the Golden State.
There has been a lot of talk in the data center industry about 2017’s data center “boomerang effect”. The term refers to the actions of tech companies and large enterprises that had embraced public cloud computing early on and are now moving away from it and bringing the operations back in-house.
June saw an unexpected heat wave sweep over the southwestern U.S. Temperatures were so high that flights were grounded, power was knocked out, and roads were buckling. To no one’s surprise, farmers have been hit hard by this extreme heat. Crops will undoubtedly suffer stress and lead to lower yields. Livestock and poultry suffer from the heat too. Farmers had their hands full trying to protect animals from heat stress and losses. From physically moving animals to installing sprinklers and shade structures, the efforts are commendable, but will they be enough?
Why Does Cell Service Work Even When The Power Is Out? Thank A Generator
After any major incident or natural disaster it’s common to hear reports of thousands of people without power, but if that’s the case, why do their cell phones still work? Read More