Sunday, 4 August 2013

Granite Mountain Wind Energy Project, Barstow Field Office, Bureau of Land Management California

Granite Mountain Wind Energy Project, Barstow Field Office, Bureau of Land Management California
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Barstow Field Office

Granite Mountain Wind Energy Project (CACA 48254)

The following diagram shows the current progress for this proposed project with links to applicable project-related documents. The colored bar in the center indicates the items that have been completed or are currently underway.
Federal Coordination Process
- Right-of-Way Grant
Record of Decision -  
  -  Notification of Final EIS
  Publication of Final EIS -
  - Public Comment Period
Notice of Availability of Draft EIS -  
  Draft EIS/EIR Vol.1
Draft EIS/EIR Vol. 2 
Notice of Intent -  

Project Vitals
Granite Mountain Wind, LLC, (GW) a wholly owned subsidiary of Renewable Energy Systems,  North America (RES), is proposing to develop a 58.8 – 84 megawatt wind energy project on a footprint of just under 100 acres on federal land managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and on private land under the jurisdiction of the County of San Bernardino (County). The site of the Granite Mountain Wind project is unincorporated land in the Mojave Desert, 6 miles east of the Town of Apple Valley and a similar distance northwest of the community of Lucerne Valley. 
The proposed project will be located on the central ridgeline of the Granite Mountains within approximately 2,086 acres of public lands administered by the Barstow Field Office and 670 acres of privately owned land under County land use jurisdiction. The Project will be comprised of a main access road from the east (off Spinel Road) up to the ridge, internal access roads on the ridge, 28 Siemens or similar wind turbines that stand up to 428 feet from ground level to the tip of the blade, new transmission and fiberoptic lines, and two substations, one within the project area and one at the other end of the utility grid interconnect point to SCE’s Pisgah-Lugo #1 near where the SCE line crosses SR247 north of Lucerne Valley.  The proposed project also includes a maintenance building, two meteorological towers, a temporary office, and temporary construction and staging areas.

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