Recycle Bill isn't all about criticism, though, as he also offers up some good alternatives to intruding on wilderness areas. He points out that that there already exists huge amounts of public land that could be used for solar installations. In addition to the rooftops of governmentowned buildings and parking lots, we have thousands of miles of Interstate and Federal highways that could benefit from having a solar panel canopy and also provide an intelligent place to lay an inter-city high-voltage direct current (HVDC) network. Recycle Bill lists a lot of other places we could install distributed solar energy that are close to where the energy would be used, but will the task force listen to the voice of a lone blogger crying out about the wilderness? We don't know but we will listen to your cries in the comments after the break.