The enXco Development Corporation is proposing to construct, own and operate a renewable, carbon free energy project providing electricity using clean photovoltaic (PV) solar technology. The proposed Project will be located on approximately 60 acres of two parcels totaling 141-acres, APN 053-020-013 and a portion of APN 053-020-14. The Stone Corral Solar Generating Facility will consist of a collection of solar panels and equipment required for generation of up to seven megawatts of alternating current (MW-ac). The proposed Project will include 7-MW-ac of solar PC panels and generation equipment, utilizing either fixed tilt or single axis horizontal tracker technology. The power generated will be conveyed to the Stone Corral Substation via PG&E’s distribution power lines adjacent to the proposed Project site. The proposed Project will use commercially available thin film PV modules or a similar module. The proposed Project facilities would include a series of individual PV panels, sunlight trackers with small electric motors, support beams, module rail assemblies, inverters, transformers, buried electrical cables, circuit breakers, a substation, and distribution lines to the PG&E interconnection.
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