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Renewable curtailments in California increase as demand drops due to coronavirus

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Listen: Renewable curtailments in California increase as demand drops due to coronavirus

California is showing significant power price drops as a result of oversupply, congestion and decreasing demand, with renewable curtailments increasing.

Tyler Godwin, S&P Global Platts associate editor for coal and power, and Morris Greenberg, senior manager for North American power analytics, join Amy Gasca, managing editor for North American power, to discuss the trends shaping the market.

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