Can a Napa winery run on a generator, not PG&E, forever?

HT/care5health, who also posed the following questions. I’m not a Californian, and this raises questions. 1. The stated reason for the generator is the high cost of running power lines. Is the cost of the power to be delivered just as large a concern? 2. How competitive is a private generator with PG&E rates in … … Continue reading

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September 1, 2017 at 12:28AM

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