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Green Path renewable energy project hits roadblock  

A plan to send renewable energy from the Imperial Valley to San Diego is being delayed. The Green Path project would link up with the proposed Sunrise Powerlink transmission line. KPBS reporter Ed Joyce has details.

The Imperial Irrigation District Board voted to temporarily stop contract negotiations over a plan to move renewable energy to San Diego and Los Angeles. San Diego Gas and Electric’s proposed Sunrise Powerlink transmission line would tap into those sources to provide energy for more than 600,000 homes in San Diego.

Kevin Kelley is with the Irrigation Board. He says the board wants to review an independent consultants report before they make any decisions. Kelley says the board will make a final decision next month on the Green Path projects.

The Imperial Valley has geothermal, solar and wind sources that SDG&E and other utilities want to use. The utilities have to meet a state mandated goal of using a certain percentage of renewable energy by 2010. Ed Joyce, KPBS News.

By Ed Joyce


27 March 2007

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