Federal Gov’t Halves Major California Renewable Energy Plants Project

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California and the federal government will move forward on less than half the California desert land initially designated for renewable energy plants, officials said Tuesday, leaving millions of acres in limbo as local governments decide how they want to handle large-scale solar, wind and geothermal projects.

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Regulators will initially focus on about 10 million acres of federal land overseen by the Bureau of Land Management in the Mojave and other Southern California deserts. Their initial plan, unveiled in September, designated 22.5 million acres across seven counties.

 

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