The Long Island Solar Farm: A Trailblazing Resource for Development and Partnerships


Clara Mckenzie (Editor)

Series: Energy Science, Engineering and Technology
BISAC: SCI024000

The Long Island Solar Farm project came together as a joint effort of five very different interest groups: a federal agency, a research institution, an electric utility, a private business, and the general public. The project is remarkable for three major reasons: first, it is the largest utility-scale solar power plant in the Eastern United States; second, it is a commercial project built on federally administered public lands; and third, the project was very unlikely to have started in the first place.

The process by which the Long Island Solar Farm was developed is intricate and unusual. This reflects many of the nuanced conditions that made siting the solar farm on federal property a unique opportunity for very different groups. This book discusses project concepts; the process involved in executing the projects; and also provides an environmental assessment for the BP solar array project from the Brookhaven National Laboratory. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. The Long Island Solar Farm
Robert S. Anders

Chapter 2. Environmental Assessment for BP Solar Array Project [at] Brookhaven National Laboratory
U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science and Brookhaven Site Office


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