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Desert Sunlight Solar Farm

First Solar Development, Inc. proposes to construct and operate a 550-megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant project known as the Desert Sunlight Solar Farm. The DSSF would include three main components 1) the Solar Farm site, 2) a transmission line, and 3) a Southern California Edison (SCE) owned and operated substation, Red Bluff Substation.

The Solar Farm site is on land administered by the Bureau of Land Management six miles north of the rural community of Desert Center, which is adjacent to the I-10 freeway in eastern Riverside County, California.

Environmental Commons has submitted comments on the
Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) prepared by
the Bureau of Land Management. Read our comments:
Desert Sunlight Solar Farm DEIS comments

For more information see:

First Solar constructed this photovoltaic array in southern Nevada.
This would be similar to the Desert Sunlight project.
First Solar constructed this photovoltaic array in southern Nevada.
This would be similar to the Desert Sunlight project.
photo credit: Basin & Range Watch

Desert Sunlight Solar Farm map
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