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September 2, 2010 12:00 AM

Sites meant for solar sit empty

ROACH DRY LAKE, Nev. —Not a light bulb's worth of solar electricity has been produced on the millions of acres of public desert set aside for it. Not one project to build glimmering solar farms has even broken ground.

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