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The Red Hills Renewables Park, in Parowan, Utah, is a 104 MW capacity solar photovoltaic (PV) project. Solar PV can be one of the least harmful forms of electricity generation to the environment. This project appears to mainly displace local agricultural lands that would otherwise be a sage brush valley, and is located adjacent to a major interstate electricity transmission corridor. Solar PV is also quickly becoming more economically competitive than fossil fuels and nuclear generated electricity, and is by far "safer." As the saying goes, "a major solar radiation spill is called "a nice day." Compared to any other fossil or nuclear energy fuel spill, leak, or accident, one can hardly argue the point credibly.
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The Red Hills Renewables Park, in Parowan, Utah, is a 104 MW capacity solar photovoltaic (PV) project.  Solar PV can be one of the least harmful forms of electricity generation to the environment.  This project appears to mainly displace local agricultural lands that would otherwise be a sage brush valley, and is located adjacent to a major interstate electricity transmission corridor.  Solar PV is also quickly becoming more economically competitive than fossil fuels and nuclear generated electricity, and is by far "safer."  As the saying goes, "a major solar radiation spill is called "a nice day."  Compared to any other fossil or nuclear energy fuel spill, leak, or accident, one can hardly argue the point credibly.