by U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Las Vegas Field Office in Las Vegas, Nev .
Written in English
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Las Vegas Field Office has prepared this Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) in response to a right-of-way application filed by NextLight Renewable Power, LLC, (Applicant) for the Silver State Solar Project. The proposed project would be located on BLM-administered public land in the Ivanpah Valley, 40 miles south of Las Vegas, in Clark County, Nevada. Specifically, the site is on unincorporated land approximately 2 miles east of Primm, Nevada...
|Other titles||Final environmental impact statement for the silver state solar energy project :, Silver state solar project, final EIS|
|Statement||prepared for and under the direction of Bureau of Land Management, Las Vegas Field Office ; prepared by Ecology and Environment, Inc|
|Contributions||Ecology and Environment, Inc|
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|Pagination||2 volumes (various pagings) :|
The project will produce an estimated MW of clean energy - enough to power approximat homes and help the Federal government and the State of Nevada meet its renewable energy goals. The solar energy facility was previously analyzed as Phases II and III in the Silver State Solar Energy Project Final EIS. The Silver State South Solar Project is a megawatt photovoltaic power plant located in Clark County, Nevada, and near the previously completed 50 MWAC Silver State North Solar Project and the MW gas-fired Higgins Generating Station. The project was completed in late and was constructed by subcontractors for First Solar. The plant is owned and operated by a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, and power Location: Clark County. The Silver State Solar Facility is a solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant located in Clark County, Nevada. (Compl. at 2). The Facility is designed to produce electricity through solar energy, which qualifies the Facility as "energy property" under Section 48(a)(3)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code (I.R.C.) of 4 (Id.). Silver State North Solar Project is a 60 MW p (50 MW AC) photovoltaic power station near Primm, Nevada.
The two applications are identified as NVN– Silver State South Solar Project, and NVN– Silver State North Solar Project. The proposed projects would consist of 7, acres of photovoltaic panels on public lands about 12 miles east of Primm, Clark County, Nevada. Beth Deane is Chief Counsel, Project Development at First Solar and provided legal support for development of the Silver State Solar project. (Pl.'s Resp. Summ. J., Ex. A at ). Statement Objection Ruling Rationale "In other words, SSS could Legal Conclusion Overruled. First Solar and offtaker NextEra Energy have officially commissioned the MW Silver State South PV project. The facility, built by First Solar and owned and operated by NextEra will provide. By Jessica Goad. Yesterday the Silver State North Solar Project on the California border near Primm, Nevada began generating electricity. It is the first-ever solar project sited on public lands to be completed and produce power.. The megawatt project, which was developed by First Solar and owned by Enbridge, will power approximately 9, employed workers at peak .
Octo First Solar Sells MW Silver State South Project to a Subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources First Solar to Complete Final Permitting and Provide EPC Services Power Plant Will Utilize First Solar's Thin Film Modules and Single -Axis Tracker Mounting System TEMPE, Ariz(BUSINESS WIRE)-- First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) announced today that it has agreed to sell the waters, as requested. Subsequently, the BLM authorized only Phase 1 (50 megawatts; Silver State North) of the Silver State Solar Energy facility. In early , the Applicant submitted a new Right-of-Way application for the Silver State South Project that encompassed an additional 5, acres. In October , the BLM issued a Draft. Renewable Energy Project Manager Bureau of Land Management Las Vegas Field Office North Torrey Pines Drive Las Vegas, NV Subject: Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Silver State Solar Energy Project, Clark County, Nevada [CEQ# ] Dear Mr. Helseth: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reviewed the Final. PRIMM, Nev., September 3, - Today, federal, state and local leaders joined executives from NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, Southern California Edison and First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR), to break ground on the Silver State South Solar Project, a Megawatt (MW) solar project being constructed in Primm, Nevada, on the California/Nevada border 40 miles south of Las Vegas. The project .