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An aerial shot of Lightsource BP's Big Horn solar energy plant near Pueblo. (Lightsource BP)
While coal played a crucial role at this Colorado steel mill and contributed to the community's formative years as an industrial hub — its decline and the rise of solar has enabled Pueblo's steelworks to undergo a significant upgrade and expansion.
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