Solar plants soak up water reserves

10/27/2009 | NYTimes.com

Solar plants are placing an increasing strain on the West's water reserves, with many plants requiring hundreds of millions of gallons of water a year for power-plant cooling systems. Regulators are now pushing plant operators to adopt so-called dry-cooling systems, which use 90% less water but are substantially more expensive.

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