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"As alternative energy continues to grow outside of established utilities (mostly solar since that is the easiest for the average Joe to instigate), the utilities will sell less of their own generated capacity. At a certain point, that will become a de facto "bad thing" for utilities. "

Utilities which shift from central & distributed to collecting & storing might do well. An Israeli study shows that at least with smaller cities, the suburbs could collect enough to power the city.

However, most people just keep on with their old patterns until too late.
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