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... power generating plant. It’s part of the Solar Energy Generating Systems, whose capacity at several locations in the desert is 354 megawatts. The facility is privately owned and operated by NextEra Energy Resources, which says 354 megawatts is enough to power more than 232,000 homes.
The complex of 936,384 high-tech mirrors is the world’s second largest solar thermal energy generating facility, consisting ...
... why the live show appearances and the interacting with the fans is so important to my brother. Numanoids are, simply put, incredible people. So many different stories of how Numan has impacted their lives and they are all so willing to share the love of their experiences with others. I loved every moment of it.
My brother called earlier to let us know that he's found a great deal on a set of tires and they're currently being replaced as I type this, so ...
... State Water Project, the largest state-built and operated multipurpose water and power system in the United States, includes 34 storage facilities, 20 pumping plants, four pumping-generating plants, five hydroelectric powerplants, and approximately 701 miles of canals, tunnels, and pipelines including the 444-mile California Aqueduct.
After taking a drink from the "Where Your Water Comes From" fountains, your water journey starts with a dazzling visual display ...
One more announcement: this May term I will be off to Cuba!! I am so excited! While there, we will be taking a course on religion and learning the history and culture of Cuba. I will keep you all posted with the details and the upcoming excitement!
So I believe I will be off now to enjoy the wonders of Netflix (don't judge me). I hope you have a fruitful weekend, and that you enjoy the beautiful weather!
... me to lose myself in them (which I did). I retrieved a constellation chart from my truck, returned to the fire, and showed her my discovery. She surprised and thrilled me with her next words, "Maybe we should go somewhere a little darker to look at them."
Eh, no thanks. Of course! Who's gonna say no to that?! For the second time that night, we quietly moseyed into the dark woods together. The air was filled with ...