Huge solar power plants are blooming in California's southern deserts

Discussion in 'Save the Desert' started by Stuck Sucks, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. Stuck Sucks

    Stuck Sucks Active Member

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  2. 07FJRog

    07FJRog Well-Known Member

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    it's about time
  3. TomJeeps

    TomJeeps Active Member

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    We can have clean energy without eating up public land

    Have another thread on Thumpertalk about this issue, the big problem for us on these projects is the ECO people manage to get three the four to one mitigation in "conservation land" set aside as a payoff for these projects on Public lands.....

    http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1006125

  4. Moris

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    Solar energy investments are an extremely lucrative option for venture capitalists to explore. Over the next few years, you are going to see a growth in this specific energy field that has no comparison. United States alone has dozens of solar power plants that should be fully operational by this year. If the use of solar power continues to double every two to three years, or less, it would become the dominant energy source of the century.
  5. Moris

    Moris New Member

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    The huge desert, which spans an area larger than West Virginia, is becoming speckled with gigantic solar power plants that are creating hundreds of construction jobs and, when complete, will generate electricity for millions of homes.

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