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[Voice Vote] <br />11MYl7violtl�►i►�[! ►•1Ijf 6[II7 <br />WHEREAS, the Southern California Public Power Authority ("SCPPA" or "the <br />Authority") and certain of its members have taken measures to facilitate the acquisition and <br />development of certain renewable resources, including solar resource facilities, as part of the <br />Renewable Electric Energy Resource Project created by the Board of Directors pursuant to <br />Resolution No. 2006-13, to provide a long-term supply of renewable energy to the members for <br />the purpose of satisfying the needs of the members and their governing bodies to meet desired <br />specified renewable energy resource goals; and <br />WHEREAS, to carry forth its members' renewable energy goals in the Renewable <br />Electric Energy Resource Project SCPPA has issued Requests for Proposals for potential <br />renewable electric resources to address SCPPA member renewable energy needs, and the Project <br />Participants in this project and the Renewable Electric Energy Resource Project have identified <br />certain potential solar energy generation resources contemplated to be developed in La Paz <br />County, Arizona. This solar energy project has been denominated as the La Paz Solar Tower <br />Project. The La Paz Solar Tower Project has been previously advanced by EnviroMission, <br />(USA), Inc., a Delaware corporation and an affiliate of EnviroMission Limited, a corporation <br />formed in Australia. In order to more effectively comply with the Special Purpose Entity <br />requirements of the Power Purchase Agreement EnviroMission (USA), Inc., has been <br />restructured into a Delaware limited liability company; and <br />