Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
The proposed Cross-Tie transmission project is moving through the federal approval process with a targeted in-service date in 2027.
Bureau of Land Management
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public input on potential changes to about 673 miles of seven designated transmission corridors.
As part of its efforts to lease land for renewable energy production, the Bureau of Land Management auctioned leases for 33 geothermal parcels in Nevada.
The Bureau of Land Management auctioned four parcels in the Amargosa Desert in southern Nevada for solar development, raising a record-breaking $105 million.
The U.S. Department of Interior has a plan to empower BLM to cut fees for solar and wind projects on public lands in the West.
SouthWestern Power Group
The BLM’s record of decision for Pattern Energy’s SunZia transmission line was also the final major approval needed for SouthWestern Power Group’s RioSol line.
BLM approves SunZia project, which will send wind power from New Mexico to Arizona for customers there and in California.
Developers of the Western Interconnection’s largest transmission project in decades can begin construction after getting the go-ahead from the BLM.
Department of the Interior
The Bureau of Land Management is updating its Western Solar Plan to increase renewable energy on public lands in the West, adding five states to the plan.
Arizona regulators granted a key approval to the SunZia Transmission project, which would deliver wind energy from central New Mexico into Arizona.
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