Energy, Department of
(Department of Energy - Western Area Power Administration)
Topaz Solar Farm (DOE/EIS-0458D)
EIS - Draft EIS
Topaz proposes to develop the Project on up to 4,100 acres of land. As proposed, the nominal 550- megawatt electric generation project would include the installation of about nine million photovoltaic (PV) solar modules within approximately 437 arrays and associated electric equipment. Generated electricity would be sold to Pacific Gas and Electric under a long-term power purchase agreement. The Project would be interconnected into PG&E's existing Morro Bay-Midway 230-kilovolt (kV) transmission line, which runs in an east-to-west direction through the site and portions of Kern County.
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