"Disputed power line gains federal agency's approval"
So reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. Although the power line "is needed to bring power from wind, geothermal and solar facilities in Imperial County and Mexico, and . . .will provide capacity so other lines can carry wind power from eastern San Diego County," the fact that it will be a conduit for an alternative energy source will likely not be enough to please the Sierra Club and the Center for Biological Diversity.
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