Tuesday, January 31, 2012

U. S. First Solar Energy Program for Public Lands

Once upon a time, and it's no fairy tail, when we started something, this was some forty years ago, we not only continued to develop but kept innovating and making better, thus leading in many area's, especially economic, and on many issues. Like I said that was some forty years ago and not only on alternative energy needs!

First national solar energy plan closer to finalization
January 31, 2012 - After receiving more than 100,000 stakeholder comments over the past two years, today marks the closing of the public comment period on the Supplemental Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (SPEIS) for solar development in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. This represents the next step in finalizing the United States' first solar energy program for public lands.

For the most part, the comments advocated a balanced, guided development that would minimize potential impacts on wildlife and sensitive lands, and reduce uncertainty in permitting. read more>>>

Federal government poised to decide on 'road map' for large-scale solar on public lands as public comment ends

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