Documents

A growing "library" of useful information.
 
Community Background Sound Study in Cedar Hills and Hay Hollow, Navajo County, Arizona  April, 2011
Main document  (14 pages)
Appendix  (15 pages)
 
SPECIAL: Framework for Navajo County Planning
for Utility-Scale Wind & Solar Energy Projects
(Draft)  Proposed Guidelines and Zoning Ordinance
By the Alliance for Responsible Energy of Northern
Arizona - Nov. 2, 2009 
(.PDF format - 159K.  Click here.)
 
Topics for Renewable Energy Ordinance
This is the "short version" of the above detailed document
and a very useful reference. To download, click here.
 
We welcome your comments on this proposed ordinance.
Email us at Arena928@gmail.com
 
 
Wind Projects in the White Mountains
A table of the utility-scale wind energy projects in the
non-tribal regions of Navajo and Apache counties.
Produced by ARENA, 11-30-09.

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More documents:
 
"Impact of Wind Turbines on Market Value of Texas Rural Land"
by Derry Gardner. (3.98 MB .PDF file)

A presentation by Dr. Kathy Hemenway on water consumption
and other issues related to concentrating solar power plants.
http://www.arizonaenergyandenvironment.net/csp/Water-and-Other-Solar-Power-Plant-Issues-9-19-09.pdf
 
Final Report of the Arizona Renewable Resource and Transmission
Identification Subcommittee (September 2009)
http://www.westconnect.com/filestorage/ARRTIS%20Draft%20Summary%20Report.pdf
 
A June 2009 map of proposed new transmission corridors and
corridor upgrades. The blue line with the elbow north of
Snowflake would be the line that runs as follows: from the
Coronado Generating Station, past a point approx. 3 miles
north of Concho Hwy at White Antelope Rd., to the new
Sugarloaf Substation west of Hwy 77, and from there
to the Cholla Generating Station.
http://www.westconnect.com/filestorage/rttf_alternatives_sensitivity_noextrans.pdf
 
Posters summarizing various solar technologies.
Look under the heading, "Scoping Meeting Documents"
http://www.solareis.anl.gov/documents/index.cfm
   CSP Technology Overview (1.7 MB)
   CSP Power Tower and Dish Technology Overview (2.3 MB)
   CSP Parabolic Reflector Technology Overview (1.9 MB)
   Photo Voltaic Technology Overview (2.5 MB)
 
 

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