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Daybreak Solar Project is an approved solar photovoltaic energy generation facility, which could occupy or use up to 1,817 acres (2.8 sq. miles), with a nominal generating capacity of approximately 140 megawatts alternating current (MWac). Approved related or supporting facilities that would be shared with two adjacent facilities include a 100 MW battery storage system, collector substation, operations and maintenance building, and an approximately 11 mile, 230 kilovolt transmission line. The facility site boundary includes approximately 10,640 acres.

​Approved/Under Construction. The facility is under construction and includes 140 MW of solar photovoltaic energy generation components and related or supporting facilities. The deadline to complete construction is April 24, 2026.

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Applicant/Certificate holder: Daybreak Solar, LLC, a subsidiary of Avangrid Renewables LLC
ODOE contact: Duane Kilsdonk
Applicant/Certificate holder contact: Marcella Patrick

​​​​​On November 19, 2021, the Energy Facility Siting Council approved a Request for Amendment 1 of the Bakeoven Solar Project site certificate, which authorized allocation of previously approved facility components into an amended and two original site certificates for Bakeoven Solar Project​, Day Break Solar Project, and Sunset Solar Project​, respectively.  All three approved facilities now have separate site certificates and certificate holders, yet all share the related or supporting facilities originally approved in the Bakeoven Solar Project Final Order on ASC. The documentation for the ASC can be found on the Bakeoven Solar Project webpage.

Click here​ to view a diagram of the Site Certificate history.​​

Project Timeline

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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