When the Great American Eclipse glides over the country Aug. 21, the moon will block more than 90 percent of the Carolinas’ sunshine. That much darkness presents a first-of-its-kind puzzle for the Duke Energy employees managing solar energy.
Solar energy production will dramatically decrease as demand for lighting increases in North Carolina
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