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Fish Springs Ranch Solar Energy Center

The Fish Springs Ranch Solar Energy Center in Nevada generates and stores power from the sun to provide energy for thousands of homes while reducing carbon emissions. Dudek completed environmental studies and land entitlements for the 300-megawatt (MW) solar energy facility, spanning over 2,000 acres of private land and public Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land.

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South Cheyenne Solar Project Siting and Permitting

The South Cheyenne Solar Project will reduce Wyoming’s carbon footprint and provide a renewable energy option for residents of Laramie County, Wyoming. Dudek conducted a Phase I environmental site assessment (ESA) and a critical issues analysis (CIA) for the development and planning of the site and completed numerous environmental technical studies to assist Q Cells

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Borderlands Wind Project

The Borderlands Wind Project involves the development of an up to 100-megawatt (MW) wind-powered electrical generation facility. The wind farm will be built near the Arizona and New Mexico border with the wind turbines and ancillary facilities located on lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management, state-owned lands, and privately owned land.

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San Diego Gas and Electric Master Special Use Permit and Permit to Construct Power Line Replacement Projects

SDG&E undertook a power line replacement of nine 12- and 69-kilovolt (kV) electric facilities spread throughout an approximate 880-square-mile area in eastern San Diego County, within and around the Cleveland National Forest (CNF). Power line replacement included fire-hardening, relocating, and undergrounding facilities along 145 miles.

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