Large Palmdale lot with industrial zoning located just a 1/2 mile from a large solar farm facility. Land is relatively flat.
If you would like to develop a solar or wind farm, or if you would like to own land that could be part of a solar or wind development, it may be easier to get involved than you think. California is in need of renewable energy, and has one of the strictest renewable energy mandates already in place. California’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) legislates that all electricity retailers (power companies) must gradually increase renewables to eventually serve 33% of their service load by 2020. As of 2011, California utilities purchased less than 14% of their power from renewable sources. This gap is being filled mainly by wind and solar projects in Southern California. Since 2005 fifteen large wind projects have been or are being built in California. All projects have been approved by local government and are delivering power or scheduled to deliver solar/wind power in the next few years. Thousands of acres of solar farms have been leased, and more are on the way. If you would like to own and build your own wind or solar farm, this quality land is perfect for future development.
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Palmdale was the first community within the Antelope Valley to incorporate as a city on August 24, 1962; 47 years later, in November 2009, voters approved creating a charter city. Palmdale is separated from Los Angeles by the San Gabriel Mountain range. Palmdale’s population was 152,750 at the 2010 census, up from 116,670 as of the 2000 census. Palmdale is the 32nd most populous city in California and ranks158th nationally. According to the Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance report of 2013 the Palmdale / Lancaster, CA Urbanized Area(a US Census Bureau defined term) has a population of 513,547.
Los Angeles County is the nation’s largest manufacturing center, and the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are second only to New York as the largest customs district in the United States. Major employers in the Los Angeles Five-County area are in the business and management sector. Growth in the key wholesale industries—apparel and textiles, furniture, jewelry, and toys—and the boom in industrial trade were the trend for the region in the 1990s. Other important sectors are health services and international trade and investment. After some lean years, the aerospace industry is making a modest comeback as a result of increased federal defense spending.
Lancaster, Lake Los Angeles
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