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Efforts to build a large-scale solar energy complex southwest of Mountain Home gained a new start last week after the county's planning and zoning commission recommended new permits associated with the project. 18, the eight-person commission unanimously recommended approving a set of five new conditional use permits for the Grand View PV Solar One project.
Included in these permits was a request to build a substation that would tie together these solar farms and transmit their electricity to Idaho Power's main transmission line at C. The planning and zoning commission also approved two more requests from the solar company to extend its conditional use permits on the third and fourth phases of the generating complex, which were originally approved by the county in May 2012.
Two years old, representatives Grandview PV Solar One sold one of its energy facility sites to a another developer, which was then expected to start construction shortly afterward.
However, that company was unable to get that project started, prompting the solar firm to negotiate to take back ownership of that land, said Robert Paul, managing member with Alternative Power Development Northwest LLC, which submitted the permits.
During last week's meeting, the alternative energy company resubmitted two conditional use permits on the third and fourth phases of the solar farm project.
Both permits were granted two-year extensions earlier this year.
According to Paul, the company opted to renew the permits since there was a possibility those extensions could expire before construction on those solar farms were able to begin.
"We renewed the permits to ensure everything would be OK...to make sure there are no wrinkles" with regards to the project, he said.Paul estimates it would take about six months to build these solar generating facilities.Each of the four solar generating complexes would include approximately 78,000 solar panels, each measuring three by five feet.These panels will sit on steel, A-frame structures known as barns.Angled to catch the most sunlight throughout the year, each of these structures will rise more than seven feet off the desert floor.