Boilermakers help build world's largest solar thermal facility in Ivanpah Valley

August 23, 2013
RISING FROM THE floor of California's Mojave Desert, about 40 miles southwest of Las Vegas, the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System's three 459-foot towers resemble missile launch pads. They are the most visible features of a 3,600-acre development that will use focused sunlight to turn water to steam and steam to electricity. http://www.boilermakers.org/news/headlines/Boilermakers_help_build_worlds_largest_solar_thermal_facility
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