A lonely road leads to the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility in the California desert near the Nevada border.
The sun sets on a electric pylon in Irving, Texas.
Power lines stretch along the road to Utah’s Stansbury Island along the shore of the Great Salt Lake.
The 173,000 heliostats of the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility concentrate sunlight onto three towers containing boilers to generate steam for electricity in California near the Nevada border.
A power pylon rises into the sky near Downtown Dallas.
Detail of the steel supports of power pylons at Hoover Dam on the Nevada/Arizona border.
The early-morning sun illuminates power lines along the edge of the Great Trinity Forest in South Dallas.
The Lake Mead side of Hoover Dam, showing the 395-foot-tall intake towers that supply the electricity-generating turbines inside the structure with water.