A plan for a 750-megawatt solar power plant in California's Mojave Desert inched closer to approval Thursday when the Department of the Interior released the final environmental impact statement required for its construction. If approved, the McCoy Solar facility likely will be the largest in the world and the 35th renewable-energy project on public lands approved by the Obama administration.
Proposed 750-megawatt solar plant in Calif. nears approval
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