Do solar panels work during an eclipse? Colorado researchers were watching. – Montrose Daily Press

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Solar power and solar eclipses are a bad mix and Monday while a total eclipse of the sun worked its way across the county, researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory set about measuring just how bad it was.

From Texas through the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic states to New England, NREL engineers in Golden logged the impact of the blackening skies on electricity grids in five-minute intervals.

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