Heavy Industrial Zoning/Light Industrial General Plan Designation
The Lafayette Backup Generating Facility (LBGF) would be part of the Lafayette Data Center (LDC), both comprising the project, and would be constructed on an industrial site with a pre-existing use in the city of Santa Clara.
Existing structures would be demolished to construct a three-story 575,401 square foot data center building, generator equipment yard, surface parking, and landscaping. The proposed three-level LDC building would have approximately 575,400 square feet of space; Level 1 and Level 2 would contain four data center suites and corresponding electrical/UPS rooms, and Level 3 would contain three more data center suites and corresponding electrical/UPS rooms. The LBGF would consist of 44 3.0-megawatt (MW) emergency backup generators (gensets), plus one 1.0-MW genset for the PBB, for administrative and life safety purposes, all with a total generating capacity of 99.8 megawatts.
The LDC would be supplied electricity by Silicon Valley Power (SVP) through a new distribution substation to be constructed on the project site as part of the LDC. The substation would be owned and operated by SVP.
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Industrial (Demo existing and rebuild conforming use)(Sq. Ft. 575400, Acres 15.45, Employees 30)
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