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Concerns as solar installations join a desert ecosystem

After three years of negotiations, BrightSource Energy began building Ivanpah, a solar thermal power plant in the California desert. Though developers have carefully planned the construction to avoid heavy impact on wildlife, there continues to be concern from regulators and environmentalists. It seems like before renewable energy can be successful, developers will have to make friends with wildlife first. KP

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