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Special meeting of Energy Facility Siting Council is Sept. 27
9/20/2012

​SALEM — A special meeting of Oregon’s Energy Facility Siting Council is set for Thursday, Sept. 27. The meeting, which concerns the Helix Wind Power Facility in northeast Oregon, will be via teleconference and begins at 9 a.m. The call-in number is 1-877-214-5010 and the access code is 799345.

At the meeting, the council will address a written request by Irene Gilbert to reconsider a recent council decision. In August, EFSC denied a contested case proceeding on the Request for Amendment No. 2 of the facility. The amendment allows the wind farm developer to extend by two years the construction and completion deadline of the facility.

To view the meeting agenda, please visit the Oregon Department of Energy’s website at www.oregon.gov/ENERGY/SITING/docs/Agenda/EFSC_agenda_092712.pdf  

For more information about the Helix Wind Power Facility, please go to www.oregon.gov/energy/Siting/Pages/HWP.aspx  

The Oregon Department of Energy serves as staff to the council. For more information about the meeting, please contact ODOE at 503-378-4040 or toll-free in Oregon at 1-800-221-8035.

To request an interpreter for the hearing impaired, or accommodations for persons with disabilities, please contact ODOE at least 72 hours before the meeting at 1-800-221-8035 or fax 503-373-7806. TTY users should call the Oregon Relay Service at 711.


About the Oregon Department of Energy: The Oregon Department of Energy provides tax credits, grants, loans, technical assistance and energy information for home owners, businesses, manufacturers, farms, ranches, schools and governments.

About ODOE’s Energy Facility Siting Division: Division staff support the work of the Energy Facility Siting Council. The Council has regulatory and siting responsibility for large electric generating facilities, many high voltage transmission lines, some gas pipelines, and radioactive waste disposal sites. The state’s energy facility siting process is based on 16 standards.