1.  INTRODUCTION

[Description of Projects]   [Water Resources]   [Rugged Solar]   [Tierra del Sol Solar]   [LanEast/LanWest Solar]   [Other Impacts]   [Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]  

1.1  Background

Soitec Solar

1.2  Soitec solar projects

Soitec is planning to develop four (4) solar farm projects in the Boulevard area in the near future. These projects are summarized in Table 1. The location of these projects is shown in Figs. 4 and 5.

Table 1.  Soitec Solar Projects planned in Boulevard, California.
No. Solar Project Capacity
(MW)
No. of
trackers
Area
(ac)
Date of planned
operation
1 Rugged Solar 80 3,588 765 December 31, 2014
2 Tierra del Sol Solar 60 2,538 420 December 31, 2014
3 LanEast Solar 22 900 233 October 31, 2014
4 LanWest Solar 6.5 264 55 February 28, 2014
5 Total Soitec in Boulevard 168.5 7,290 1,473 December 2014


2.  DESCRIPTION OF PROJECTS

[Water Resources]   [Rugged Solar]   [Tierra del Sol Solar]   [LanEast/LanWest Solar]   [Other Impacts]   [Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]   [Introduction]  

2.1  Rugged Solar Farm

The proposed Rugged Solar Farm

Location of Rugged Solar Farm
 County of San Diego

Fig. 6  Location of Rugged Solar Farm [Click on image to enlarge].


3.  WATER RESOURCES

[Rugged Solar]   [Tierra del Sol Solar]   [LanEast/LanWest Solar]   [Other Impacts]   [Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]   [Introduction]   [Description of Projects]  

3.1  Surface water

All water resources,


4.  RUGGED SOLAR

[Tierra del Sol Solar]   [LanEast/LanWest Solar]   [Other Impacts]   [Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]   [Introduction]   [Description of Projects]   [Water Resources]  

4.1 Flood risk

The Rugged Solar Farm


5.  TIERRA DEL SOL SOLAR

[LanEast/LanWest Solar]   [Other Impacts]   [Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]   [Introduction]   [Description of Projects]   [Water Resources]   [Rugged Solar]  

5.1  Location

The Tierra del Sol Solar Farm


6.  LANEAST/LANWEST SOLAR

[Other Impacts]   [Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]   [Introduction]   [Description of Projects]   [Water Resources]   [Rugged Solar]   [Tierra del Sol Solar]  

6.1  Location

The LanEast and LanWest Solar Farms


7.  OTHER IMPACTS

[Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]   [Introduction]   [Description of Projects]   [Water Resources]   [Rugged Solar]   [Tierra del Sol Solar]   [LanEast/LanWest Solar]  

7.1  Type of Impacts

In addition to the impacts


8.  SUMMARY

[Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]   [References]      [Top]   [Introduction]   [Description of Projects]   [Water Resources]   [Rugged Solar]   [Tierra del Sol Solar]   [LanEast/LanWest Solar]   [Other Impacts]  

8.1  Groundwater recharge

The planned


REFERENCES

   [Top]   [Introduction]   [Description of Projects]   [Water Resources]   [Rugged Solar]   [Tierra del Sol Solar]   [LanEast/LanWest Solar]   [Other Impacts]   [Summary]   [Appendix]   [Acknowledgements]   [Endnotes]  

Alley, W. M., T. E. Reilly, and. O. E. Franke. 1999. Sustainability of ground-water resources. U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1186, Denver, Colorado, 79 p.


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