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Property Name TransSiting
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RAPID/Geothermal/Alaska/Transmission +In Alaska, public utilities are required to obtain a CPCN from the Regulatory Commission of Alaska unless exempted through AS 42.05.711.
RAPID/Geothermal/California/Transmission +In California, transmission lines set to operate with a voltage between 50 kV and 200 kV must obtain a permit to construct from the CPUC unless it qualifies for an exemption. Transmission lines set to operate with a voltage higher than 200 kV must obtain a CPCN from the CPUC. Transmission lines with a voltage under 50 kV require the developer to comply with local requirements. In addition, generation interconnection lines for power plants under the jurisdiction of the [[California Energy Commission]] (CEC) are sited as part of the CEC's power plant siting process.
RAPID/Geothermal/Colorado/Transmission +Local Process
RAPID/Geothermal/Hawaii/Transmission +A developer must obtain Transmission Line Approval from the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission to interconnect a proposed renewable energy project to the existing grid.
RAPID/Geothermal/Idaho/Transmission +Idaho has a decentralized transmission siting system wherein local authorities have siting authority for all transmission lines. Developer must work with local city planning and zoning commissions for location of the lines. Developers seeking to site transmission facilities in excess of 115kV capacity in NIETC corridors must obtain a route certificate from the [[Idaho Public Utilities Commission]] (PUC).
RAPID/Geothermal/Montana/Transmission +Certificate of compliance is generally obtained through the Montana Department of Environmental Quality under Montana Code Annotated Title 75, Chapter 20 for regulated transmission facilities which will produce more than 69 kV and are not exempt. If the facility is exempt or has a capacity of less than 69 kV and private parties own more than 75% of the property along the centerline of the transmission path, then the developer must obtain a right-of-way.
RAPID/Geothermal/Nevada/Transmission +Special Use Permit if outside an above ground utility corridor.
RAPID/Geothermal/New Mexico/Transmission +Location Permit Process
RAPID/Geothermal/Oregon/Transmission +The developer must obtain approval through the Oregon Department of Energy's Oregon Energy Facility Siting Council or through the local land use authorities. Transmission facilities which will have a capacity less than 230 kV and less than 10 miles in length are required to obtain consent from local land use authorities.
RAPID/Geothermal/Texas/Transmission +Notice must be provided to affected land owners, utilities, and localities. If transmission lines will be sited through the jurisdiction of a local government, the developer will need to obtain any necessary permits or consent in order to complete an application for CCN. Once siting is approved, the developer will have to negotiate with the land owner/managing agency for any lease or right of way needed.
RAPID/Geothermal/Utah/Transmission +Developers must obtain approval from the [[Utah Public Service Commission]] (UPSC) to construct high voltage power lines pursuant to the [[Utah UC 54-18, Siting of High Voltage Power Line Act | Siting of High Voltage Power Line Act]] if they qualify as a “public utility.”
RAPID/Geothermal/Washington/Transmission +Transmission Siting Certification
RAPID/Solar/California/Transmission +In California, transmission lines set to operate with a voltage between 50 kV and 200 kV must obtain a permit to construct from the CPUC unless it qualifies for an exemption. Transmission lines set to operate with a voltage higher than 200 kV must obtain a CPCN from the CPUC. Transmission lines with a voltage under 50 kV require the developer to comply with local requirements. In addition, generation interconnection lines for power plants under the jurisdiction of the [[California Energy Commission]] (CEC) are sited as part of the CEC's power plant siting process.
RAPID/Solar/Nevada/Transmission +Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity