Short version: This sea dragon can discharge and manipulate electricity. It wants to cover a large area of the ocean's surface in fog, how could it accomplish this? The creature is intelligent and has help from other dragons, so outside means (Dumping stuff in the water, using environmental factors, ect.) are acceptable, though should involve electricity.
Long version: So, I'm developing a magic system for my book where semi aquatic dragons can discharge electricity like electric eels, and (for some hand wavium) can manipulate their discharges/pulses to some degree. Now, the big baddie, who is also one of these dragons, wants to cover a large area of the ocean in fog/mist/steam, including a large island. (Think Greenland, maybe smaller but that's another question altogether.) Why? well, since these dragons are basically highly efficient photovoltaic cells, (yes yes, I know, handwavium again, but technically possible(?),so its all cool.)they need lots of sunlight. She wants to limit their access to it so she can gain control. (And mind control all her kin via her amazing electrical powers, yikes!)(Also most of these dragons aren't capable of power flight, and are kinda built for swimming, so yeah, fog is not the best thing since sliced bread in their book.) Question is, how on earth would she accomplish this? She has access to loads of brainwashed dragon minions, and she is intelligent, so I'm open to her using other means besides just electricity to create enough condensation for a large amount of fog (I'm open to substitutes such as steam or smoke if necessary). Also, this doesn't have to be efficient or realistic power wise, though those qualities are certainly welcome, though I doubt they exist. It just has to be possible in some degree at least.
Also, I was thinking this would be a gradual process, so answers don't have to have immediate results.
PS: Forgot to mention they can store this electrical energy and use it later so she won't be stifling her own powers immediately.