BLM's New Solar Energy Program Web Site Launched

The BLM has released its Solar Energy Program Web site (http://blmsolar.anl.gov), which is the online center for public information regarding the ongoing implementation of the Solar Energy Program. The Program was approved in October 2012 through the Record of Decision for the Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for Solar Energy Development in Six Southwestern States (Solar PEIS).

The Web site provides up-to-date information on the features of the BLM's Solar Energy Program for the purpose of aiding the public, solar energy developers, and regulators in understanding the BLM's requirements and incentives for utility-scale solar energy development on public lands. 

You are receiving this email notice if you are a subscriber to the Solar Energy Development Programmatic EIS Web site, or if you have participated in BLM Solar Program Implementation or Dry Lake SEZ Regional Mitigation workshops. To continue to receive email notices about the BLM's Solar Energy Program, you will need to sign up through the new Web Site's subscription service (at http://blmsolar.anl.gov/email/). Through this service, you will receive general e-mail announcements related to the Program (for example, announcements on new rulemaking or on the availability of Instruction Memoranda related to solar development). You may also subscribe to state-specific e-mail lists to receive announcements related to the implementation of the BLM's Solar Energy Program in each state (for example, announcements about regional mitigation or monitoring work for specific solar energy zones, public meetings for various projects, or updates on new and pending applications).

Your interest in BLM's Solar Energy Program is appreciated! Please continue to participate by subscribing to the new Web site at: http://blmsolar.anl.gov/email/


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