Figure : renewable-energy-and-land-use

Renewable Energy and Land Use

Figure 10.8

Duke Energy

This figure appears in chapter 10 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.

http://nca2014.globalchange.gov/report/sectors/energy-water-and-land/graphics/renewable-energy-and-land-use

Photovoltaic panels convert sunlight directly into electricity. Utility-sized solar power plants require large tracts of land. Photo shows Duke Energy’s 113-acre Blue Wing Solar Project in San Antonio, Texas, one of the largest photovoltaic solar farms in the country. (Photo credit: Duke Energy 20101e821a18-4f6f-406e-92f8-dee3657864d6).

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