I read a sentence somewhere:
"To make matters worse, the power fluctuation caused two reactors at the San Onofre nuclear power station to shut down. That cut off even more of San Diego's power supply."
I wonder what is the difference between "more than San Diego's power supply" vs "more of San Diego's power supply" in this same context.
more of San Diego's power supply = more power supply of San Diego ?
In "more of San Diego's power supply", we use more of because of possessive adjective "San Diego's" before head noun. is it right?
we have the same syntax like: Give me more candy = give me more of this candy. is it right?
I hope to receive your advice. Many Thanks for your time.