Clean energy project in Nevada desert could be worth $3B

RENO, Nev. (AP) — An organization specializing in clear energy design has unveiled plans to construct a carbon-neutral industrial park in the northern Nevada desert.

The Reno Gazette Journal studies it could be the most important in the United States powered by domestically generated renewable energy.

TerraScale officers say the Energos project is deliberate on as much as 3,700-acres of land in Churchill County simply east of Reno. They say it could finally be worth billions of {dollars}.

The first part will start in early 2021 with $220 million worth of growth on 10 acres of land close to Fernley.

Construction is predicted to be accomplished by March 31, 2022.


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