The area is in the Agricultural (A) zoning district; and under Alameda County’s East County Area (as amended by “Measure D”), the area is in the Large Parcel Agriculture general plan land use designation.
The project is an application for a Conditional Use Permit to allow construction of a 700-megawatt (MW) battery energy storage system (BESS) facility over a contiguous 42-acre parcel. The proposed project is designed to absorb or output approximately 700 MW (400 MW in Phase 1, 300 MW in Phase 2) of electricity within the BESS and would consist of a 230-kilovolt overhead gen-tie line that would extend to the Pacific Gas & Electric Tesla Substation.
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Power:Other Power Type (Battery Energy Storage)(Megawatts 700)
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