Solar power plants face problems in California
During my daily hours of ride in the trains to go and come back from the job I read books but also newspapers. This allowed me to read a great article in the New York Times about an unexpected problem with solar power plants in California.
” Just weeks after regulators approved the last of nine multibillion-dollar solar thermal power plants to be built in the Southern California desert, a storm of lawsuits(…) are clouding the future of the nascent industry.“
You would think that an energy source that is virtually CO2 free would have less problems for its plants to be built. (See also this post on the NYT green blog)