The University of California proposes to construct the Helios Energy Research Facility Project that would be located in the southeastern Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) site in Berkeley and Oakland, Alameda County, California. The proposed project includes an approximately 144,000 gross square foot building, an access road, a parking lot, and improvements to utilities to serve the project. The proposed building will house research programs focused on alternative and renewable energy sources. This project was initially proposed in the summer of 2007. A certified EIR was rescinded in November 2008 and a new project proposed, along with a new EIR, to allow for an improved project.
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