Calif. solar plant raises questions over utility-scale projects

03/3/2014 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

California's Ivanpah solar power plant is up and running, with its 356,000 computer-controlled mirrors focusing the sun's rays onto three 40-story heat-collecting towers. Still, the colossal project has been dogged by environmental concerns, and even its co-owners say the $2.2 billion plant wouldn't have been built without significant financial help from the federal government.

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