Solar Star is now fully operational at a gigantic 579 MW, and all three of the world's largest solar projects are in California.
At 550 megawatts, it will produce enough electricity for 160,000 homes.
Two modest-sized solar projects will supply all 200,000 people with electricity because the sun is so powerful there.
Massachusetts, a leader in bulk energy purchases, chose SunEdison for its solar program.
Solar should easily supply 1% of US electricity by year end, but the future looks hazy for big projects.
Kentucky is getting its largest solar plant, which at 5 MW shows how little solar the state has. And we wonder why Big Coal keeps winning there?
Oregon has two solar projects along rights of way and Minnesota just asked for proposals.
After a little known breakthrough, big purchases of renewable energy are just starting to become available.
The first utility-scale solar projects are going up, at prices lower than conventional energy.
A mega-dam project has been halted in one of last undisturbed, truly wild places on our planet, as the country turns more to solar energy.