Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan BLM Proposed Land Use Plan Amendment and Final EIS

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SCH Number
Lead Agency
Energy Commission (California Energy Commission)
Document Title
Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan BLM Proposed Land Use Plan Amendment and Final EIS
Document Type
FIS - Final Environmental Statement
Present Land Use
Varies across the 22.5 million acre Plan Area

Document Description
Note: 1 HC & 1 CD The DRECP comprehensively addresses how participating entities with jurisdiction over renewable energy and transmission projects and related facilities in the deserts of CA will conserve natural communities and species pursuant to the California Natural Community Conservation Planning Act (NCCP Act) and Federal Endangered Species Act. The DRECP is a proposed multi-species plan intended to conserve threatened and endangered species and natural communities in the Mojave and Colorado Desert regions of southern CA, while also facilitating the timely permitting of renewable energy projects to help meet the State's goal of providing at least 33 percent of electricity generation through renewable energy by 2020 and the Federal government's goal of increasing renewable energy generation of public land.

Contact Information
Kristy Chew
California Energy Commission
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone : (916) 654-4818


Imperial Inyo Kern Los Angeles Riverside
Cross Streets
Total Acres
Parcel #
State Highways
Other Location Info
Multiple cities

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Other (Conservation planning and renewable energy)
Local Action
Other Action Other Action: HCP/HCCP
Project Issues
Agricultural Land Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Biological Resources Drainage/Absorption Economics/Jobs Flood Plain/Flooding Forest Land/Fire Hazard Geologic/Seismic Minerals Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Schools/Universities Septic System Sewer Capacity Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Solid Waste Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Water Quality Water Supply Wetland/Riparian Wildlife Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects

Disclaimer: The document was originally posted before CEQAnet had the capability to host attachments for the public. To obtain the original attachments for this document, please contact the lead agency at the contact information listed above. You may also contact the OPR via email at or via phone at (916) 445-0613.

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