The sun shines almost year round on Arizona, and with strong local support for renewable energy, proximity to urban energy markets, and transmission to carry power to these areas, it is a great place for solar energy development.
Recognizing the importance, urgency and opportunity of developing alternatives to fossil fuel, The Wilderness Society and 7 conservation groups have signed onto a vision for the responsible development and transmission of renewable energy in Oregon.
View the comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (“DEIS”) for Teserra Solar’s Calico Solar Project submitted on behalf of Defenders of Wildlife, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and The Wilderness Society by clicking on the file below.
These comments on the Granite Mountain Wind Energy Project and draft environmental impact statement/environmental impact report were submitted by the The Wilderness Society, Natural Resources Defense Council, and Defenders of Wildlife. Click on the file below to read the comments.
This letter constitutes the comments on the Staff Assessment/Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Solar Millennium Ridgecrest Solar Power Project for the proposed Ridgecrest Solar Power Project by The Wilderness Society, Defenders of Wildlife, and Natural Resources Defense Council.