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Two Solar Energy Plants, Including 1 GW Plant, Approved for Federal Lands

The U.S. Interior Department has approved a permit for the $6 billion, 1,000 MW Blythe parabolic solar trough project and the 663.5 MW Calico solar power plant on federal lands in the California desert. The Blythe project would be one of the largest solar power plants in the world.

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Also see: U.S. Approves California Solar-Thermal Plant, World's Largest from Bloomberg

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