West Virginia Solar Project – Environmental Permitting

West Virginia Solar Project – Environmental Permitting Overview

West Virginia

GAI’s client is proposing to construct a new 90 MW photovoltaic solar energy facility located in West Virginia, which requires the development of an estimated 529 acres of land. GAI is currently performing stream and wetland field investigations, delineations and stream identification, stream and wetland permitting, threatened and endangered species coordination, cultural resources coordination and archeological fieldwork, West Virginia PSC Filing, WVDEP NPDES construction stormwater permitting, and local county development permitting.

GAI also conducted a preliminary Geotechnical Investigation consisting of 5 borings up to 20-ft deep and the associated lab tests. Findings provided indicative parameters for the project’s foundation design. Once completed, the project will generate enough electricity to power 16,000 homes.

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