Here’s where utility-scale solar is located in the US

Right now, the US has nearly 160 gigawatts of installed solar capacity, more than half of which is utility-scale.

The recipe for a fossil-free future includes a big dollop of solar — and in recent years, that solar has started popping up all around the U.S.

But where, exactly, are the country’s major solar installations located? The map below, created from the U.S. Large-Scale Solar Photovoltaic Database, shows the sites of ground-mounted solar installations in the country with a capacity of 1 megawatt or more. The most recent data available is current through the start of 2022, meaning even more solar is deployed across the country than is shown here.

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Source: Canary Media

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