Pristine Sun, LLC has applied for a Condition Use Permit for the construction, operation, and maintenance of a 1.5 MW PV Solar Generating Facility on a 20.09 acre parcel. The 1.5 MW PV Solar single axis array tracking system will impact approximately 14.54 acres of land. The electrical power generated will interconnect to a PG&E 12 KV local distribution line that runs along County Road M adjacent to the western border of the project site. The generated energy would be sold to PG&E and distributed through the local power lines from the Orland B Substation located at the southwest corner of County Road M and County Road 20 for public consumption. Additional project information is available in the Initial Study and other documentation.
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