Lancaster Energy Facility #1
Emergency Peaker Project
01-EP-12 (Application For Certification)
Project Status: Withdrawn, July 24, 2001, by applicant.
APPLICANT: Electricity Provider, Inc.
LOCATION: 46025 Division Street, Lancaster, Calif., Los Angeles County
SIZE: 240 Megawatt Peaking Power Plant
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT
Electricity Provider Inc., proposed to construct a 240 megawatt simple cycle peaking electric generating facility, consisting of four General Electric Frame 7-B water-injected gas-turbine engines. The project was called the Lancaster Energy Facility #1 and was to be located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Division Street and Avenue H in the City of Lancaster, California. Natural gas was be supplied to the project site via a new 22.8-mile pipeline, which would have interconnected to the Mohave-Kern River pipeline and was to be constructed from the City of Mojave to the project site.
Energy Commission Facility Certification Process
The California Energy Commission is the lead agency (for licensing thermal power plants 50 megawatts and larger) under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and has a certified regulatory program under CEQA. Under its certified program, the Energy Commission is exempt from having to prepare an environmental impact report. Its certified program, however, does require environmental analysis of the project, including an analysis of alternatives and mitigation measures to minimize any significant adverse effect the project may have on the environment.
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