What happens to the project components after the 20-year project term?

Sunpower is solely responsible for purchasing, maintaining or disposing of any equipment associated with the project. At the end of the 20-year project term, the solar project equipment will be removed from the site and all materials which can be recycled (i.e. solar modules, copper wire, steel support structure) will be.  After removal of the project equipment, any disturbed project areas will be stabilized and re-seeded to restore the site to a condition comparable to the existing condition prior to project development.

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1. How was the project awarded?
2. Who will own the project?
3. What is the proposed scope and scale of the project?
4. What clean energy benefits will the project provide?
5. What economic benefits does the project provide?
6. Is solar a permissible use on water company land held for water supply purposes?
7. How much land will need to be clear cut to accommodate this project and how will the clearing be conducted and managed?
8. Does this project impact any endangered species?
9. What approvals does the developer require before constructing the project?
10. Will the project impact the island’s aquifer/water supply?
11. Does the project pose a toxicity risk to the public water supply (i.e. PFAS/Gen-x)?
12. What happens to the project components after the 20-year project term?