Corrosive soil and wicked winds create unanticipated problems. So does a changing of the guard at the Los Angeles utility.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's ambitious plan to put solar panels on 80 square miles of dry lake bed and flatlands east of the Sierra Nevada range has run into a daunting problem: extremely caustic mud in an area where it hoped to build an 80-acre pilot project.
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