The applicant is proposing a 40 MW solar generation facility located on approximately 237 acres in Tulare County. In addition to the installation of photovoltaic (PV) solar modules, both the north and south proposed development areas of the proposed Project would include the construction of an on-site substation, wiring and inverters, fence, access roads, and a new distribution interconnect power line along public road rights of way to the existing substation located approximately 2.5 miles southeast of the Project location at the Southern California Edison (SCE) Bliss Substation. The southern proposed development areas of the Project would potentially include a 5 megawatt-hour (MWhr) storage component in the form of batteries. The life of the Project is anticipated to be 35 years.
located on Sections 2, 11 & 12 of T. 20 S, R 25 E, in the Cairns Corner quadrangle
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