Too Big to Fail? It's Lights Out at Massive Solar Power Plant!

This Aug. 13, 2014 photo shows an array of mirrors at the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System near Primm, Nev. The site uses over 300,000 mirrors to focus sunlight on boilers' tubes atop 450 foot towers heating water into steam which in turn drives turbines to create electricity. New estimates for the plant near the California-Nevada border say thousands of birds are dying yearly, roasted by the concentrated sun rays from the mirrors. (AP Photo/John Locher)

Located in the desert between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, IVANPAH is the nations largest solar power plant… and now it’s failing! Join the Trifecta crew as they shed some light on this failing venture.