I'm all for solar on a smaller scale such as individual houses. There is a solar farm (small one) on a pronghorn antelope migration route here in Wyoming. We still have to live with nature in addition to creating energy.
GREEN RIVER — More than 1,000 antelope were bottlenecked near the Sweetwater Solar facility west of Green River in late November as they attempted to migrate to winter ranges. The antelope were forced onto Wyo. Highway 372. According to Mark Zornes, Regional Wildlife Management Coordinator for...svinews.com
I'm still contemplating putting solar in the new shop/barn we built instead of traditional electricity which will require around a 180' run from the power at the street. The costs are surprisingly similar for what I need. Just don't know who to trust for a small project as it seems lots of smaller solar companies are still in the fledgling stage or fly by night.
I’ve interviewed with Solar Companies and was offered a job with Solar City a few years ago. I wasn’t impressed with the industry. Be careful