The San Luis Valley will soon be home to the state's first commercial solar power plant. The SunEdison company will build it, and Coloradoâ€™s largest utility, Xcel, will buy the power it creates. The plant is an outgrowth of Amendment 37, which voters passed in 2004. Xcel spokesman Tom Henley talks to Ryan Warner.
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