The Bureau of Land Management completed a final environmental impact statement December 20 for the McCoy Solar Energy Project, what will become the world’s largest solar power project in Southern California. The project will sit on more than 4,300 acres of mostly public land in the Colorado Desert. The agency will publish the final statement December 24, paving the way for the Interior Department to issue a record of decision and a right-of-way grant early next year authorizing NextEra Energy Resources Inc. to build the 750 MW capacity plant.