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    doug 13 June, 2013, 09:47

    Edison International will get its money from us CA residents very soon to make up for the loss. We’ll be back on the open market for power with larger demands.
    i heard a commentary on the news that rolling blackouts will not happen though because the solar power generated in the deserts will sustain us.
    Really? i highly doubt it now that the desert solar farms are losing money and are tied up in courts with environmentalists and indians.

    here come higher rates. timely, just when summer rolls in.

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