Southern California Edison
Eldorado-Ivanpah Transmission Project

(Application No. A.09-05-027)

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Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (FEIR/EIS)

Volume I

(To download Volume I as a single file click here (16 MB)

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Dear Reader
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
2 Description of Proposed Project and Alternatives (5 MB)
3 Environmental Analysis
3.1 Introduction to Environmental Analysis
3.2 Visual Resources
3.3 Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases
3.4 Biological Resources (4 MB)
3.5 Cultural Resources and Native American Values
3.6 Geology, Soils, Minerals, and Paleontology

Volume II

(To download Volume II as a single file click here; 11 MB)

3 Environmental Analysis (continued)
3.7 Hazards, Health, and Safety
3.8 Hydrology and Water Quality (4 MB)
3.9 Land Use
3.10 Noise
3.11 Public Services and Utilities
3.12 Recreation
3.13 Socioeconomics, Population and Housing, and Environmental Justice
3.14 Traffic and Transportation
4 Comparison of Alternatives
5 Cumulative Scenario and Impacts (4 MB)
6 Other CEQA and NEPA Considerations
7 Consultation and Coordination
8 References
9 Mitigation Monitoring Plan

Volume III - Appendix

A-1 - Alternatives Screening Report
A-2 - Construction Workforce and Equipment
B-1 - Biological Technical Report (15 MB)
B-2 - 2009 and 2010 Desert Tortoise Surveys (10 MB)
B-3 - Supplemental Biotechnical Report: 2010 Botanical Survey
B-4 - 2010 Raptor Survey (9 MB)
B-5 - Delineation of Waters of the United States and Department of Fish and Game Jurisdictional Habitats for the Eldorado—Ivanpah Transmission Project, March 2010 (13 MB)
C - Aesthetic Resources Documents
D - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases
E - Scoping Summary Report
F - Programmatic Agreement with CA and NV SHPOs
G - Responses to Comments on the Draft EIR/EIS (4 MB)

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For Additional Information

The CPUC, through its Environmental Review Team, is conducting an environmental review of the project. To request additional information or to be added to the mailing list, please contact us by email, fax, or phone, as follows:

Project email: Ivanpah@ene.com
Project voicemail: 877-478-4686
Project fax: (415) 981-0101

The CPUC’s Project Manager is:

Monisha Gangopadhyay
CPUC Energy Division California
Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Tel. (415) 703-5595

The BLM’s Project Manager is:

Tom Hurshman
Right-of-Way Project Manager
Bureau of Land Management
Phone: 970-240-5345
Fax: 970-240-5368

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