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|Description||Used by the RAPID toolkit state level permitting forms.|
Pages using the property "TransSitingThreshold"
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|RAPID/Geothermal/California/Transmission +||Transmission lines under 50 kV. +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Colorado/Transmission +||No threshold provided +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Hawaii/Transmission +||No threshold provided +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Idaho/Transmission +||NIETC - 115kV +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Montana/Transmission +||Transmission lines of a design capacity of more than 69 kV, not exempt, and where private parties own less than 75 percent of the property along the center line of the transmission path must complete the siting process. See Montana MCA 75-20-104(8) for additional information. +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/New Mexico/Transmission +||230 kV +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Oregon/Transmission +||Transmission lines must be greater than or equal to 230 kV and 10 miles in length. +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Texas/Transmission +||All transmission siting is governed by the PUCT. +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Utah/Transmission +||Minimum nominal voltage of 230 kV. The line must be located on state land for this to apply. +|
|RAPID/Geothermal/Washington/Transmission +||Certification is option, but the siting thresholds are as follows: * Facility with a nominal voltage of at least 115,000 volts, and is proposed to be located in a completely new corridor which is located in more than one jurisdiction where at least one such jurisdiction has promulgated land use plans or zoning ordinances. * Facility with a nominal voltage in excess of 115,000 volts, and is proposed to be located outside an existing or designated electrical transmission corridor identified in the previous two categories. +|
|RAPID/Solar/California/Transmission +||Transmission lines over 50 kV. +|