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Heard on all Things Considered "Three and a half hours east of Los Angeles lies the Salton Sea, a manmade oasis in the heart of the Mojave Desert. It was created in 1905, when a canal broke and the Colorado River flooded the desert for more than a year. The Sea became a tourist hotspot in the 1950's, perfect for swimming, boating, and kayaking. But now, people are coming here looking for something else. Jim Turner is the chief operating officer of Controlled Thermal Resources, an energy company from Australia. On a hill overlooking the Salton Sea, he points out a patch of land that will someday house his company's first power plant, named Hell's Kitchen. "We're standing on top of what is pro

Trump looks to open California to more wind and solar projects US government will review the Obama-e

This article, which was published in Recharge News and is reprinted below in its entirety, talks about potential amendments to the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan (DRECP), which was finalized in 2016. When finalized, the DRECP amended the California Desert Conservation Area (CDCA Plan) which was originally finalized in 1980 (it was amended multiple times between 1980 and 1999). It supplied the most significant update to the CDCA Plan in over 35 years. Now it appears the DRECP itself is being amended not long after it was originally finalized. The following website has more information on the DRECP, note that it's not a BLM website. The BLM website for the DRE

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