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PG&E Northeast San Jose Transmission Reinforcement Project

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Welcome to the California Public Utilities Commissionís (CPUC) PG&E Web site for the Northeast San Jose Transmission Reinforcement Project.  Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) submitted Application Number 98-07-007 in July 1998.  Between July 1998 and April 1999, the CPUC reviewed this application for authority to construct and operate a new 230 kilovolt transmission line in Alameda and Santa Clara Counties and a new substation in Santa Clara County. CEQA documents including a Draft EIR, Supplemental Draft EIR, and Final EIR, were prepared and circulated. Copies may be viewed here.

The Northeast San Jose Transmission Reinforcement Project was approved by CPUC Decision D.01-05-059 in November 2001 and construction began in May 2002. Information on construction is presented here and lists the most recent reports first. Additional information on the project is available at the other links below:

   
  
 
 
 
  
  

The CPUC, through its Environmental Review Team, has completed an environmental review of the project.

Roosevelt Grant, CPUC Project Manager
c/o Aspen Environmental Group
235 Montgomery Street, Suite 800
San Francisco, CA 94104
Project e-mail: nesanjo@aspeneg.com
 
To request additional information, please call the project hotline at (408) 351-8858.

Important Dates and Events
PG&E Northeast San Jose Transmission Reinforcement Project
July 9, 1998

PG&E filed A.98-07-007

October 15, 1998

CPUC Contracted with Aspen Environmental Group for CEQA Support

May 13, 1999

Commission Dismissed A. 98-07-007 without prejudice

September 9, 1999

PG&E filed Application 99-09-029

December 17, 1999

Application deemed complete for CEQA purposes

January 12, 2000

Scoping Meetings 

July 27, 2000

End of DEIR Comment Period

October 2000

Release of Supplemental Draft EIR

February 2001

Release of Final EIR

   

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