Nevada 300 Solar Project Granted BLM ROW for Transmission Lines

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently completed their environmental analysis, and granted a right-of-way to Techren Solar, LLC, for the construction of transmissions lines that would provide interconnection to Nevada 300, a 300 MW solar energy project located on private land in Boulder City, NV.

The Nevada 300, a 300MW solar project located in Boulder City NV, is an $800 million project that will create up to 400 green jobs and provide enough clean energy to power over 75,000 single-family homes.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently completed their environmental analysis, and granted a right-of-way to Techren Solar, LLC, for the construction of transmissions lines that would provide interconnection to a solar energy project on private land in Boulder City, NV.

The BLM has approved Techren Solar, LLC to build transmission lines on 98 acres of federal land through an existing transmission corridor. The transmission lines would provide interconnection between the proposed solar facility, and the Eldorado and Marketplace substations, and ultimately the transmission grid.

Techren Solar is the developer of Nevada 300, a 300MW photovoltaic solar project in the designated El Dorado Valley Solar Energy Zone. The $800 million project will create up to 400 green jobs. Once completed Nevada 300 will provide enough clean energy to power over 75,000 single-family homes.

In April of 2009 the BLM committed to helping the nation reach its clean energy future by guaranteeing coordinated processing, full environmental analysis and public review for specific renewable energy projects.

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