Well, if it is still being built, there is a chance that the local water supply will suffer from the negative effects of drilling the holes for the farm. It may also be an eyesore. Those and the noise pollution involved during the building stage are about the extent of the problems that I can find.
Here’s an article from two weeks ago about residents in a rural area (Elms Farm, UK) complaining about the construction of a solar farm in town. They believe the plant will be an eyesore and cause frustrating glare off the panels. Also, they believe the farm will be build on good farming ground which could be used for growing crops, or grazing. Once built, however, the solar farm generates no waste and very little noise.
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