"• Finding ideal available sites with adequate supply of undeveloped land
that can properly meet infrastructure needs related to the establishment of the solar facility;
• Receiving appropriate business, government and community support;
• Qualifying for appropriate economic development and tax incentives; and
• Access to a qualified work force.
Scrivener said the company’s final process for selecting a community partner
will include a combination of ongoing site visits in some communities
and strategic conversations with key political/governmental,
business and community leaders.
Injecting hundreds of millions of dollars into the winning community,
National Solar Power’s landmark project has the potential to create 400 jobs
during the five-year construction phase and up to 120 permanent jobs
– all based on a clean energy endeavor."