A project that could transform the world’s energy future, with the backing of President Obama, has been stalled in Congress, a major setback for solar power.
The $4.5 billion loan is one of three big solar loans that the White House, the Energy Department and several states have all backed in a bid to bolster the economy after the collapse of coal, which has been the primary energy source for most U.S. jobs since the early 2000s.
It would provide about 1.3 million acres of solar power on the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization’s Food and Agricultural Security Program.
The U.K. is the only country to commit to a similar loan.
The U.P.L.A. solar farm would be the largest in the world and could generate up to 15 gigawatts of solar energy, enough to power nearly 400,000 homes.
The project would cost about $1 billion, according to the White Farm.
It’s the latest in a string of failed solar projects to land in Congress since President Donald Trump took office.
Trump, who promised to reverse the country’s decades-long decline in coal production, has promised to boost solar energy production and boost the U,S.
But his administration has failed to develop a plan to deliver on his promise.
The president has already proposed to cut carbon pollution, which is estimated to increase the cost of electricity by $1.4 trillion over the next 10 years, according the Solar Energy Industries Association, an industry trade group.
The solar industry is also concerned about what it says is a lack of infrastructure to help people and businesses get solar panels.
Trump also has pledged to double the number of renewable energy jobs over the past year, including a 1,000 new renewable energy projects.
The Energy Department has said it is still studying the loan request and would not comment on specific projects.
But it said the loan would help boost solar development, and it’s working with Congress on legislation that would provide the money for it.
The Solar Energy Industry Association, which represents solar panel makers and producers, said the White, Farm and U.R.
S Solar projects are the most expensive loans ever received by the U-P.
L.A.’s project would be “an example of how U.H.
A (Unanimous) projects can be developed.”
It said it would push for federal legislation that provides funding to encourage the construction of solar projects.
L, a large producer of panels, said it supported the White and Farm loans.
U-L is also investing $600 million in the project, and the UH-A Solar project is the largest U.F.O. solar project ever built, the company said in a statement.