PG&E representatives talk to reporters at an upgraded electricity substation in Fresno in this 2008 file photo. A new high-voltage line across Fresno County, between substations near Coalinga and Madera, has been put on hold by the California Independent System Operator because of the rapid growth of solar power in the area.
PG&E representatives talk to reporters at an upgraded electricity substation in Fresno in this 2008 file photo. A new high-voltage line across Fresno County, between substations near Coalinga and Madera, has been put on hold by the California Independent System Operator because of the rapid growth of solar power in the area. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file photo
PG&E representatives talk to reporters at an upgraded electricity substation in Fresno in this 2008 file photo. A new high-voltage line across Fresno County, between substations near Coalinga and Madera, has been put on hold by the California Independent System Operator because of the rapid growth of solar power in the area. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file photo

Solar growth puts Fresno high-voltage line on hold

December 20, 2016 3:30 PM