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  • Panoche Valley Solar Project to be Downsized

    Through a settlement with California environmentalist groups, nearly half of the solar development's capacity will move to the Imperial Valley as a measure to protect the Panoche valley’s endangered species.  

    San Jose 27 July 2017 18:46

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