Webberville Solar Project

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The Project site is generally flat and slopes in a southeasterly direction. The site conveys stormwater runoff from several watersheds located on and adjacent to the site, as well as overflow from a larger stream located to the northwest. Stormwater detention areas are installed to attenuate peak flows to limit discharges from the site to pre-developed conditions. The inverter pads have a minimum elevation along with 100-year water surface elevations (WSELs) based on the floodplain analysis cross-sections. Panel heights also considered the 100-year WSELs. The topsoil consists primarily of Smithville-Ships-Bergstrom sandy, silty clay loam. Soil borings presented in the geotechnical report divides the Project site into two sections – the southwest section can be generalized as 4 to 7 feet of fat clays and lean clays with high plasticity underlain by low to medium-plasticity lean clays and sands; the northeast section can be generalized as over 10 feet of fat clays with high plasticity underlain by lean clays and sands. Existing grade was maintained with slight earthwork for the installation of roads, maintenance facilities and foundation construction.

Austin Site

Most pre-and post-construction stormwater flows to the southeasterly site boundary. The installation of solar panels allows precipitation to continue to fall to the ground and the ground will remain in its natural condition. The construction of access roads modified the overland flow slightly, but the roads were not paved, and the gravel base allows some infiltration. Detention facilities were installed to limit the post-development outflow rate to pre-development conditions. Soil erosion and sediment control (SESC) were established along the entire site perimeter. Rock check dams were placed in areas where stormwater flow velocities needed to be reduced. A stabilized construction entrance was provided at the FM 969 approach. Continuous silt fence was placed around the project perimeter. The restorative vegetation consists of low-growing ( < 3 ft) grasses that should not cause shading onto the solar array.

Directions & Address

18580 FM 969
MANOR, TX 78633

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Contact Information

Email: info@webbervillesolar.com

Visitor agrees to abide by all instructions given by the representatives of Solar Farm and all rules of Solar Farm. However, while such representative may provide such instructions, Visitor shall remain liable for their own actions. Visitor also agrees to keep away from equipment of Solar Farm, including, but not limited to all panels, transformers, inverters, trackers and any and all electrical, mechanical, and technical components of Solar Farm. Visitor further agrees he/she will not sabotage, vandalize, spoil, litter or otherwise interfere with the operations of Solar Farm. The undersigned agrees to pay for any or all damages to any property or indemnities caused by the undersigned either negligently, willfully, or otherwise. If Visitor is a minor, he/she shall be accompanied by an adult, and the adult executing this release on behalf of the minor shall be responsible for the minor's conduct.