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Abengoa Solar plans to build the largest concentrating solar plants in the world in Arizona.
The $4.5 million Colorado Integrated Solar Project connects thermal energy from a new parabolic-trough-concentrating solar plant built by Abengoa Solar with the steam cycle of Unit 2 at Xcel's existing coal-fired power plant near Grand Junction, Colorado.
If a mere 1% of the Sahara Desert were covered in solar panels, enough energy would be generated to power the entire world. That's a lot of potential energy! So it only makes sense that just such a solar field is being built.

Within the next five years, a massive solar farm will begin construction, one that will continue being expanded over the coming decades. At first, it will provide a small
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