New York state winters could pose solar farm ‘ramping’ snag for power grid

With low energy demand around midday in the winter, combined with solar-electricity production, New York’s power system could face volatile swings of ‘ramping’ — which is how power system operators describe quick increases or decreases in demand.
With low energy demand around midday in the winter, combined with solar-electricity production, New York’s power system could face volatile swings of ‘ramping’ — which is how power system operators describe quick increases or decreases in demand. […]

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