When first mentioned there sounds little more green and more healthy for the environment than a solar farm. It is a replenish-able source of energy and the greenest form of commercial energy. Solar Energy has become the premiere alternative choice to costly and eco catastrophes of fossil fuels. Now that it is profit-making for corporations to move into this present day oil rush some people are thinking twice. everyone just about agrees that we do need cleaner and replaceable sources of energy. The price of the current day commercial age has taken a great toll on the planet. The naturally occuring resources that have fed the technological age are dwindling while the planet heats up from its pollution. Solar energy is a complete must if we'd like to save our planet from the awful factors causing high pollution and the sociological disaster that would happen if we were ever to run out of source of fuels. Solar energy is abundant and as long as the sun shines we are going to have a never-ending supply of it. It is clean and no waste comes from it. So the issue is what is the problem? The debate over solar farms is not that it produces clean reusable energy but what the precise impact these giant farms will have in the instant surrounding environment. The most logical choices so far for energy or wanna be energy firms have been the western deserts of California, New Mexico, Nevada, etc . Though they appear to be a barren landscape, life teems inside. An entire ecosystem tries here that cannot be simply wrecked over solar panels. Doing so would push back decades of conservation efforts already made against standard logging, development and energy exploration and mining. The question to be answered is how gigantic a solar farm needs to be to provide enough energy to be lucrative and suit the needs of clients. How big can they be without absolutely destroying the encircling environment and changing the landscape of a community? They answers will be hard ; the problems lay also among dwellings that have the idea of Not in My backyard. At the same time we cannot disregard the impact that large solar farms will have on our world, we cannot solve one problem by making another. We must learn how to preserve our land and develop it properly for green energy. If not now when?