Since October 2018, three out of every four days on average (73%), have been cloudy in Buffalo.
Just look up to the sky and you will see why. The cause of the cloudiness are the chemtrails, not contrails (there is a difference; look it up). The result is that 40% of the sunlight is diverted back up into the atmosphere.
Every morning starts out with a blue sky; by 10 a.m. it will be a gray, cloudy sky. As a result, Tesla’s solar plant does not happen in Buffalo. Less sunlight does not mean more solar power; you can’t have both; it just does not add up.