The map, provided by NextEra Energy Resources, "is representative of project location, but is not to scale and the icon does not indicate actual project boundaries."
The project was announed to the public in 2018, with exected results being an approximately 200-megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) solar generation facility, substation, energy storage facility, and switching station.
According to Nextera Energy Resources, the facility will cover approximately 1,607 acres, located just north of Interstate 80 near Wadsworth, NV. The project is a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, which claims to be the world's largest provider of renewable energy from the sun.
Articles about the Dodge Flat Solar Energy Center:
- Dodge Flat II Solar - From NextEra Energy Resources: "The Dodge Flat II Solar Project is an innovative solar and energy storage project proposed for Washoe County, Nevada that will have a capacity of up to 200 megawatts of clean, renewable, American-made solar energy, combined with 200 megawatts of battery energy storage. The Dodge Flat II Solar project is more than solar panels and batteries - it represents a significant capital investment in Nevada. Once operational, it will create good-paying jobs and millions in additional revenue for the local community."
- BLM Backs 200-MW Solar Project in Northern Nevada -From Power Magazine: "Dodge Flat Solar is one of six solar power generation projects that are part of NV Energy’s latest Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), which was approved by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) in December 2018...Three of the solar projects are sited in northern Nevada, with three in southern Nevada. "