Friday, August 17, 2012

White House accelerates the seven most important renewable energy infrastructure projects

Friday, August 17, 2012
Obama management announced on August 7 that seven major solar and wind energy projects in Arizona, California, Nevada, and Wyoming are to be speeded up. These infrastructure projects would nearly 5,000 megawatts (MW) electricity produced, enough to makes about 1.5 million apartments generate;

As a part of a presidential executive order this year issued, that pays to make a government-wide effort in the approval and review process for infrastructure projects more efficient and more effective, with the Office of management and budget. BP wind projects include proposed Mohave County wind farm, McCoy solar energy project, a solar photovoltaic array is located on approximately 47,000 acres of public land in Arizona with a capacity of up to 425 MW of electricity and the NextEra proposed would California be 4,893 acres in Riverside County, settled and would produce an estimated 750 MW solar energy. See the White House press release.

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