The SEPV Project will increase installed capacity of renewable energy resources, reducing the demand on traditional fossil fuel-based energy production and contributing to the displacement of greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants from power generation by fossil fuels
As previously approved by the Board, the project consists of the design, construction and operation of a 5-MWAC solar facility located in Dixieland, CA (the “SEPV Project”), which includes two solar plants identified as SEPV Dixieland West (3.0 MWAC) and SEPV Dixieland East (2.0 MWAC). The electricity generated by the SEPV Project will be purchased by Imperial Irrigation District (IID or the “Utility”) pursuant to two long-term power purchase agreements (the “PPAs”) signed with the project company.
The anticipated environmental outcomes resulting from the installation of 5.0 MWAC of new renewable energy generation capacity are:
a) Approximately 15.1 gigawatt-hours (GWh) during the first year of operation; and
b) An expected displacement of more than 4,319 metric tons/year of carbon dioxide and 7 metric tons/year of nitrogen oxides.
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