PG&E’s Topaz Solar Farm on the Carizzo Plain in San Luis Obispo County can generate 300 megawatts of power a day. When it’s finished, its capacity is expected to rise to 550 megawatts. Courtesy photo, taken by Andrew Robillard.
PG&E’s Topaz Solar Farm on the Carizzo Plain in San Luis Obispo County can generate 300 megawatts of power a day. When it’s finished, its capacity is expected to rise to 550 megawatts. Courtesy photo, taken by Andrew Robillard. Andrew Robillard/courtesy San Luis Obispo Tribune
PG&E’s Topaz Solar Farm on the Carizzo Plain in San Luis Obispo County can generate 300 megawatts of power a day. When it’s finished, its capacity is expected to rise to 550 megawatts. Courtesy photo, taken by Andrew Robillard. Andrew Robillard/courtesy San Luis Obispo Tribune

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