[OPINION] The sun is rising on solar panels, and there’s no fighting it

Solar eclipse/Wikipedia
Solar eclipse/Wikipedia

By Froma Harrop | The Seattle Times

(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.)

On the average sunny day, Germany’s huge energy grid gets 40 percent of its power from the sun. Guess what happened one recent morning when the sun went into eclipse. Nothing.

Or close to nothing. When the moon hid the sun for a few hours, the backup natural gas and coal plants switched on. The price of electricity rose briefly. That was it. Solar again showed itself to be a reliable energy source under a tough challenge.

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