Northwest's Power Supply Dries Up as California's Energy Crisis Spreads : News Photo

Northwest's Power Supply Dries Up as California's Energy Crisis Spreads

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388423 12: The Skagit River is nearly dry below Diablo Lake which awaits water from the spring runoff, April 15, 2001, near the North Cascades National Park, WA. However the snowpack is low and scant rain is keeping the region's hydroelectric plants scrambling to produce enough energy for their own state's needs, leaving no extra electricity to bail California out of its energy crisis this summer. (Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)
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388423 12: The Skagit River is nearly dry below Diablo Lake which awaits water from the spring runoff, April 15, 2001, near the North Cascades National Park, WA. However the snowpack is low and scant rain is keeping the region's hydroelectric plants scrambling to produce enough energy for their own state's needs, leaving no extra electricity to bail California out of its energy crisis this summer. (Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)
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