Desert solar project faces hurdle of lizard habitat

05/26/2010 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Tessera Solar and Stirling Energy Systems plans to build a solar project in the California desert but could run into trouble since the desert is the habitat of the flat-tailed horned lizard. The Bureau of Land Management has to approve the project. The project would install 40-foot-tall mirrored dishes that can each produce 25,000 watts of power.

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