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Two Nevada Solar Projects Put on Federal Fast Track

Las Vegas Review-Journal

WASHINGTON - Two solar projects planned on federal and tribal lands in Clark County are being put on a fast track as part of the Obama administration's latest push behind green energy in the West.

Bureaucrats will devote fresh attention to the Moapa Solar Energy Center, a proposed 200-megawatt plant on 2,000 acres of the Moapa River Indian Reservation, the White House plans to announce on today.

Also being expedited is the 350-megawatt Silver State South project planned on 13,043 acres near Primm.

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