Desert Stateline, LLC, (Applicant) a wholly owned subsidiary of First Solar Development, Inc. (First Solar) proposes to construct and operate 300-megawatt alternating current (MWac) solar photovoltaic (PV) energy generating project known as the Stateline Solar Farm (Project). The Project will include PV modules, an on-site substation, a 2.3-mile 220 kV gen-tie line, fencing, lighting, a maintenance facility, guard shack, and access roads. The PV modules will be thin film CdTe arranged in rectangular arrays and will be in a fixed position with a maximum height of approximately 6-feet. the Project will ultimately connect to the SCE regional transmission grid. The Project will require approximately 1,900 acre-feet of water for construction over a 2-to-4 year construction period. During operation minimal water will be required to wash the PV modules.
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