Point Beach Solar, LLC is proposing a 100 megawatt photovoltaic solar electric generating facility. The project would be located on approximately 565 acres of primarily agricultural land in the town of Two Creeks, Wisconsin. The major components of the project would include the PV panels, power conversion units, collector circuits, a collector substation, and a 138 kilovolt transmission line and interconnection switchyard.
Notice: The Commission approved the construction of this project on December 19, 2019.
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Commission's Case Management System (CMS) page for this case.
The public hearing process for this project has concluded.
Environmental Assessment public scoping meetings were held on Monday, July 1st, 2019, with one starting at 2:00 p.m. and another starting at 6:00p.m. at
Lester Public Library – Community Room, 1001 Adams Street, Two Rivers, WI, 54241. These meetings were identical sessions held in an open house format (not a formal presentation). Staff from the Commission and DNR provided copies of the application materials and maps for the public to review. Staff answered questions about the review process and the application. People were encouraged to attend and provide comments about the project and its environmental impacts. Those comments were used by staff during the analysis of the project.
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This project is being treated as a
Type 3 action under
Wis. Admin. Code § PSC 4.10(3).Type III actions normally do not require preparation of an EA or an environmental impact statement (EIS) under Wis. Admin. Code § PSC 4.10(3). However, an evaluation of a specific Type III proposal may indicate that the preparation of an EA is warranted for that proposal. The Commission will prepare an EA for this project that will evaluate the location of the project and its potential environmental, community, and private property impacts. There will be a preliminary determination when the EA is complete that will determine whether the preparation of an EIS is necessary. Comments on this preliminary determination will be accepted and considered before a final determination is made. At the time of the preliminary determination, the Commission shall make copies ofthe EA available to those persons that request it.
Ajinkya Rohankar, PSC Project Docket Coordinator: 608 266-2567, email:
Stacy Schumacher, PSC Environmental Assessment Coordinator: 608 267-2547, email: