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Interior Department Approves 287-Megawatt Soda Mountain Solar Project in Southern California

Revised Project Design Preserves Scenic Vistas, Reduces Potential Impacts to Wildlife, Protects Groundwater  WASHINGTON - As part of President Obama's Climate Action Plan to reduce carbon pollution, create jobs and move our economy toward clean energy, Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Mana...

DRECP Protest Filed

Dec 11, 2015.  Cal4Wheel has filed a protest of the recently released Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan.   After reviewing the documents, Cal4Wheel believes the DRECP, as modified from previous versions, is regressive and limits public participation in future site-specific/project level ana...

DRECP Update

The Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan comment period has ended. Shortly after the comment period ended, BLM announced the planning effort would be divided into three segments. The first segment to be addressed will be the Land Use Plan Amendment followed by the two habitat conservation pla...

Description of Comparative evaluation of Draft DRECP Alternatives

In the recent DRECP Draft Alternatives, the REAT agencies propose that OHV Open Areas and Special Recreation Management Areas (SRMA) should be "rights-of-way exclusion areas for utility scale solar and wind development." Mitigation measures are also spelled out should recreational values within SRMA...
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