Maryland denied permits for two solar projects citing threats to a stream in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, highlighting tradeoffs that arise when pushing renewable energy projects. The projects would have required clear-cutting 400 acres of forested land in Charles County, southeast of Washington, D.C. Despite the environmental benefits of solar energy, the potential damage to […]

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