The project would consist of the construction, operation and reclamation a 175-acre, 20 MW solar PV energy project on a portion of Imperial County APN 018-170-057-000, Lot 8 of Tract Map No. 00988. The project would use the existing private access road extending south from Hwy 78 to the Seville Solar Farm Complex. The project would also include internal access roads and infrastructure (i.e. PV modules, inverters, internal transmission lines, security fence, etc.). Additionally, the project would require construction of 12.5 kV or 34.5 kV gen-tie line located on common development internet lot A of tract map no. 009988 and delivered to the proposed project substation.
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Power:Solar (Megawatts 20)
General Plan Amendment, Rezone
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