The applicant is proposing a 40 MW solar generation facility located on approximately 277 acres in Tulare County. The project will primarily consist of photovoltaic panels, a single axis tracker system, inverters and transformers, electric cabling and communication lines, on-site switchgear, generation-tie lines, access roads, and a security fence. The project also includes an approximate 1-mile transmission line that will interconnect at the Olive Substation and may include an 80 MWhr battery storage component.
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Power:Solar (ties into PG&E Olive substation)(Megawatts 40 MW)
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