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In Idaho, a developer may need one or more of several approvals from the [[Idaho Department of Lands]] for energy projects across state land, depending on the project.
The [[Idaho Department of Lands]] regulates state land access for energy projects pursuant to [[I.C. 47-1605 - Geothermal Resources - Leases--Rental and Royalty |Idaho Code §§ 47-1601–47-1611]] and [[Idaho – Idaho Code §§ 58-601–58-604, Rights of Way Over State Lands]].
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==3-ID-b.1 to 3-ID-b.2 - Does the Activity Involve Construction, Drilling, or Invasive Exploration Related to Geothermal Rights Under State Land?==
All land access issues (except non-invasive exploration) related to geothermal rights under state land will be covered by a Geothermal Lease issued by the [[Idaho Department of Lands]]. This includes drilling, invasive exploration, construction of facilities, construction of roads, pipelines, and utilities; in addition to access and right of way issues.
The Idaho Department of Lands uses a phased lease process that covers all the stages of a project.
<span class="btn btn-rapid btn-state">[[RAPID/Roadmap/3-ID-a|State Lands Commercial Geothermal Lease: <br>3-ID-a]]</span>
==3-ID-b.3 to 3-ID-b.4 - Does the Activity Involve Exploration with No or Low Surface Disturbance?==
Non-invasive geophysical exploration requires a Land Use Permit for activities on state lands.
<span class="btn btn-rapid btn-state">[[RAPID/Roadmap/3-ID-d|Land Use Permit: <br>3-ID-d]]</span>
==3-ID-b.5 to 3-ID-b.7 - Is the Activity for Access or a Right of Way Across State Lands?==
The developer may need a Term Easement for electric lines over or upon any land owned or controlled by the state of Idaho. [[Idaho – Idaho Code §§ 58-601–58-604, Rights of Way Over State Lands|Idaho Code § 58-603]].
<span class="btn btn-rapid btn-state">[[RAPID/Roadmap/3-ID-e|Term Easement: <br>3-ID-e]]</span>
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