Facilities

The Madras Solar Energy Facility is a proposed solar photovoltaic energy generation facility with a nominal generating capacity of 63 megawatts, located within a site boundary of approximately 284 acres. Other proposed components include an electrical collection system, 34.5-kV to 230-kV step-up transformers, a substation, operations and maintenance enclosure, point of interconnection switching station, and (potentially) an integrated battery storage system.
Proposed. The Department received a Notice of Intent to apply for a Site Certificate on May 16, 2019, and issued a public notice on June 12. The Department issued the Project Order on September 12, 2019. The Department received the preliminary Application for Site Certificate on December 6, 2019.
Jefferson County. PDF Map​ | Online Map

Applicant/Certificate holder: Madras PV1, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ecoplexus Inc.
ODOE contact: Chase McVeigh-Walker
Applicant/Certificate holder contact: Nathan Rogers
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Project Timeline

  
Additional Documents
  
05/16/2019
09/12/2019
Preliminary Application for Site Certificate
12/06/2019
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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