Solar farms are hard to look at … solar panels on a home roof is Ok and even provides airgap/shade for the roof, and removes power loss from transmission lines … far quieter than wind stuff …
A small solar spread got hit by a twister about an hour north of here … the big panels are good sized sails !
There's a solar install here locally that takes up almost 200 acres of what was formerly farm land. It has an installed capacity of 10MW and operates at an average CF of around 16%, meaning it actually represents ~1.6MW of generating capacity or produces ~14,000MWh a year. We have a tiny local hydro dam of the same installed capacity that out-produces it by 3x and takes up far less space. The solar farm gets paid $0.42/kWh.
Up the road about an hour is Darlington nuclear generating station, which takes up ~140 acres at most and produces ~28,000,000MWh/year. Darlington is currently older than the solar farm will last (it's 30 years old, farm is projected to last around 20, though it has already had 1/3rd of its panels replaced as they failed prematurely) and gets paid ~$0.09/kWh.
These things are not alike.