Facilities

Bakeoven Solar Project is a proposed solar photovoltaic energy generation facility with a nominal generating capacity of 303 megawatts (MW), and a proposed battery storage system capable of storing 100 MW of energy. Other proposed components include a substation, operations and maintenance building, and an approximately 11-mile, 230 kilovolt transmission line. The proposed facility components would be located within a site boundary of approximately 10,615 acres, and would permanently disturb approximately 2,717 acres.

Proposed. Bakeoven Solar, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Avangrid Renewables (applicant) filed a complete Application for Site Certificate (ASC) on November 4, 2019; the ASC exhibits may be viewed via hyperlinks provided below or in hard copy at the Oregon Department of Energy office in Salem. A public notice of the complete ASC and public information meeting, to be held at the Imperial River Company (hotel) in Maupin, Oregon on November 13, 2019 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST), was issued on November 5, 2019 and published in The Dalles Chronicle on November 6, 2019. The notice may be viewed via hyperlink below; additional information is provided below:

Public Information Meeting on the complete ASC for the proposed Bakeoven Solar Project:

Wednesday, November 13, 2019
5:30 to 8:00 p.m. PST
Imperial River Company (hotel)
304 Bakeoven Road
Maupin, Oregon 97037

Location: Wasco County. PDF Map​ | Online Map​

Applicant/Certificate holder: Bakeoven Solar, LLC
ODOE contact: Sarah Esterson
Applicant/Certificate holder contact: Matthew Hutchinson
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Project Timeline

  
Additional Documents
  
Notice of Intent
11/02/2018
02/01/2019
Preliminary Application for Site Certificate


07/05/2019
Complete Application for Site Certificate
11/04/2019
11/05/2019
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Exhibit Files Reference

  • Exhibit A: Applicant Information 
  • Exhibit B: Project Description
  • Exhibit C: Property Location and Maps
  • Exhibit D: Organizational Information
  • Exhibit E​: Permits Required
  • Exhibit F: Property Ownership 
  • Exhibit G: Materials Analysis
  • Exhibit H: Geology and Soil Stability 
  • Exhibit I: Soils
  • Exhibit J: Wetlands
  • Exhibit K: Land Use
  • Exhibit L: Protected Areas
  • Exhibit M: Financial Analysis
  • Exhibit N​: Non-generating Facility Information
  • Exhibit O: Water Requirements
  • Exhibit P: Fish Wildlife Habitat 
  • Exhibit Q: Threatened and Endangered Plants and Animals
  • Exhibit R: Scenic Aesthetic Values 
  • Exhibit S: Cultural Resources
  • Exhibit T: Recreational Facilities 
  • Exhibit U: Public Services
  • Exhibit V​: Waste Minimization 
  • Exhibit W: Site Restoration
  • Exhibit X: Noise 
  • Exhibit Y: Carbon Dioxide Emissions 
  • Exhibit Z: Cooling Towers  
  • Exhibit AA: EMFs – Electric and Magnetic Fields
  • Exhibit BB: Other Information
  • Exhibit CC: Additional Statutes Rules Ordinances
  • Exhibit DD​: Other Specific Standards