RE Tranquillity LLC (the Applicant) has applied to the Fresno County Public Works and Planning Department (the County) for six CUP to construct, operate, maintain, and decommission photovoltaic electricity generating facilities and associated infrastructure to be known as the Tranquillity Solar Generating Facility, which would generate a total of up-to 400-megawatts on approximately 3,732 acres in unincorporated Fresno County (collectively, the Project). The Project would provide solar power to PG&E customers via an interconnection within the Project site to two existing PG&E transmission lines: the Panoche-Helm and Panoche-Kearney lines. The Project also includes a Switching Station to be approved by the California Public Utilities Commission and owned and operated by PG&E.
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