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Solar Power Gets Streamlined Approvals

Installing grid-scale solar power arrays has gotten a bit easier with a new program recently rolled out by the US Department of the Interior to allow simpler, more streamlined process for projects on federal land in six western states.

Locations have been identified for an initial set of 17 Solar Energy Zones (SEZs), totaling about 285,000 acres of cialis sales online public lands, that will serve as priority areas for commercial-scale solar development. These are sites that are suited for solar power development and http://www.supplychaincanada.com/generic-cialis-sale that have access to existing or planned power transmission lines, allowing for ready integration with the visit web site buy levitra pills grid.

The sites have been identified by the Department of Energy as having excellent solar access, as well as having "relatively low conflict with biological, cultural and historic resources." This allows a faster approval process for developing these areas with less red tape to be dealt with.

image: Public Domain U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Jeremiah Handeland/Wikimedia

via: Department of Interior Press Release

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written by Katya, November 12, 2012
This is fantastic news! I'm glad to see solar finally catching on more. The sun beats down on cheapest levitra in uk us everyday. Why not use its energy?
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written by Marcella, November 21, 2012
When my son was 6 he said to buy tramadol shipped to florida me, "we really should take free energy shouldn't we mom?!" Nice to see that the government has caught up with this theory.
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written by Peter Malagodi, December 21, 2012
This is good news. That being said, until as a culture we start to understand this is a crisis and stop listening to those having their strings pulled by big oil we're moving too slow. Check out this music video inspired by climate activist Tim DiCristopher featuring over 100 org's from the Climate Movement: http://www.youtube.com/watch/?...e=youtu.be

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