Plan to reconsider California desert protection plan will hurt state’s renewable efforts

“The Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan (DRECP) was developed through an eight-year collaborative process involving local residents and recreation users, federal, state and local government agencies, utilities, renewable energy developers and conservationists. The end result yielded more than 400,000 acres of land where renewable energy development is incentivized. The State of California has confirmed that the plan provides more than enough land to help California achieve its bold renewable energy and climate goals.”

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