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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Title 9. Environment
Agency 15. Department Of Environmental Quality
10/28/2021

Chapter 60. Small Renewable Energy Projects (Solar) Permit by RuleRead Chapter

  • Part II. Permit by Rule ProvisionsRead all
  • Section 30
    Application for permit by rule for solar energy projects with rated capacity greater than five megawatts and disturbance zone greater than 10 acres
    Section 40
    Analysis of the beneficial and adverse impacts on natural resources
    Section 50
    Determination of likely significant adverse impacts
    Section 60
    Mitigation plan
    Section 70
    Site plan and context map requirements
    Section 80
    Small solar energy project design standards
    Section 90
    Public participation
    Section 100
    Change of ownership, project modifications, termination
    Section 110
    Fees for projects subject to Part II of this chapter
    Section 120
    Internet accessible resources
  • Part III. Provisions for Projects Less Than or Equal to Five Megawatts or Less Than or Equal to 10 Acres or Meeting Certain Categorical CriteriaRead all
  • Section 130
    Small solar energy projects less than or equal to five megawatts or less than or equal to 10 acres or meeting certain categorical criteria

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