There is going to be some EM waste energy dumped in the area of the receiving station for the Solaren's space based power generator. The antennas typically receive about 95% of the energy transmitted and they have a conversion efficiency of about 85%. The receiving station will be connected to PG&E's electrical grid* and its service area ranges from Eureka to Bakersfield in California. So it is possible that a portion of Fresno County will end up as a dump for the waste energy that will be used by the Fresno Metropolitan Area and/or other regions of the state. The major question is how the energy will be distributed? And will the benefits outweigh the costs?
*Edit: The power lines in west Fresno County run north-south along the I-5 corridor connecting to the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas and the rest of the electrical grid.