Small-scale solar’s big potential goes untapped

Modest-size projects can produce electricity at a lower cost to consumers and the environment, but financing goes to big plants.

Gerald Freeman unlocks the gate to the small power plant and goes inside. Three rows of solar collectors, elevated on troughs that track the sun's arc like sunflowers, afford a glimpse of California's possible energy future.

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