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Bordertown to California Transmission
Applicant NV Energy, Inc. +
ApprovalConditions Final EIS not yet released; no ROD issued.  +
CompletionNotes A complete record of project files can be found on the USFS website at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/htnf/news-events/?cid=STELPRD3825485  +
EnergyTechnology Transmission  +
EnvironmentalAnalysisType EIS +
LeadAgency United States Forest Service +
ManagingDistrictOffice USFS Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest +
NEPA-Name Bordertown to California 120kV Transmission Line Project Environmental Impact Statement  +
NEPA Completion Notes A complete record of project files can be found on the USFS website at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/htnf/news-events/?cid=STELPRD3825485  +
NEPA Consultant Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. +
NEPA EA EIS Report Media:Bordertown to California DEIS.pdf + , Media:Bordertown to California DEIS Appendices.pdf +
NEPA EA EIS Report Url http://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=36656&exp=overview  +
NEPA EISFederalRegisterDate 2011/11/21 +
NEPA LeadAgencyDocNumber EIS No. 20140352  +
NEPA PreliminaryEA-EISDate December 12, 2014  +
NEPA Proposed Action The Forest Service proposes to authorize c
The Forest Service proposes to authorize construction and operation of approximately 10 miles of new 120 kV overhead transmission line between NV Energy's Bordertown and California Substations (Stateline alignment). To accommodate the new transmission line, the project would also include improvements to both substations. Improvements include the installation of a 345/120 kV transformer and a 120 kV line terminal at Bordertown Substation and rearrangment of existing 120 kV terminals at California Substation. The majority of the route (approximately 7 miles) would cross National Forest System land, with shorter segments crossing private land (approximately 2.5 miles) and public land managed by BLM (approxomately 0.50 mile).
managed by BLM (approxomately 0.50 mile).  +
NEPA ScopingInitiatedDate November 21, 2011  +
Name Bordertown to California Transmission  +
OpenEI/PageDescription : NEPA document related to geothermal resource areas   +
OpenEI/PageKeyword Geothermal  + , California  + , Nevada  +
Place California: Energy Resources + , Nevada: Energy Resources +
ProposedAction The Forest Service proposes to authorize c
The Forest Service proposes to authorize construction and operation of approximately 10 miles of new 120 kV overhead transmission line between NV Energy's Bordertown and California Substations (Stateline alignment). To accommodate the new transmission line, the project would also include improvements to both substations. Improvements include the installation of a 345/120 kV transformer and a 120 kV line terminal at Bordertown Substation and rearrangment of existing 120 kV terminals at California Substation. The majority of the route (approximately 7 miles) would cross National Forest System land, with shorter segments crossing private land (approximately 2.5 miles) and public land managed by BLM (approxomately 0.50 mile).
managed by BLM (approxomately 0.50 mile).  +
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