Federal land managers auctioned off thousands of acres in Nevada’s Amargosa desert for solar development, resulting in the highest-yielding onshore renewable energy auction in the agency’s history.
Last week the U.S Department of the Interior announced the sale of leases on four highly sought land parcels in the Amargosa Desert totaling 23,675 acres for a record return of $105 million. Together, the land could produce up to 3GW of clean solar energy — enough to power more than 2 million homes.
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Source: Nevada Current
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