Infinitus Renewable Energy Park - Planning

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Infinitus Renewable Energy Park - Planning

Infinitus Renewable Energy Park - Planning

Client: Imperium Development, Inc.
Location: Hillsborough County, FL
Size: 3,000 Acres
Service: Land Development & Entitlements

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP
 

Genesis' planning team worked with the client to craft a brand new Energy Industrial Park (EIP) future Land Use category.  The goal of this project is to meet existing and future economic needs for renewable alternative energy and energy research needs in an environmentally responsible and economical manner in Hillsborough County.  Genesis researched trends in future U.S. and Florida energy demands along with the potential jobs this project may create. Potential research, manufacturing and University employers were identified.

The Energy Industrial Park concept combines non-nuclear and non-fossil fuel alternative energy generating technology, alternative energy research, educational/institutional facilities, manufacturing, shipping and ancillary service uses in one location to serve Hillsborough County residents and further the alternative energy technology knowledge base available.  Industrial, office, research, manufacturing, and distribution uses that find it advantageous to be located within the EIP are also permitted.

Once the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use element text language was crafted, Genesis applied it on this 3,000-acre former phosphate mine site in eastern Hillsborough County to create Inifinitus Renewable Energy Park (IREP).  As a "hybrid" category between urbanized Brandon to the west and agricultural areas to the east, the project will utilizes both urban and agricultural resources.  The park is of a sufficient size to generate practically no CO2 gases with its power generating facilities while producing over 100 mega-watts of renewable energy. Proposed technologies include solar, bio-mass, and bio-fuels (petro-algae). The park also includes a 700-acre industrial, research, educational, hotel and retail component.

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Infinitus Renewable Energy Park - Planning


Hillsborough County, FL

Client:

Imperium Development, Inc.

Location:

Hillsborough County, FL

Size:

3,000 Acres

Service

Land Development & Entitlements

Highlights:

Comprehensive Planning
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Planning Support Services
Public Information Services
Scoping/Visioning
Site Development Concept Planning
Site Selection and Analysis

Contact Staff:

Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP

Infinitus Renewable Energy Park - Planning

Genesis' planning team worked with the client to craft a brand new Energy Industrial Park (EIP) future Land Use category.  The goal of this project is to meet existing and future economic needs for renewable alternative energy and energy research needs in an environmentally responsible and economical manner in Hillsborough County.  Genesis researched trends in future U.S. and Florida energy demands along with the potential jobs this project may create. Potential research, manufacturing and University employers were identified.

The Energy Industrial Park concept combines non-nuclear and non-fossil fuel alternative energy generating technology, alternative energy research, educational/institutional facilities, manufacturing, shipping and ancillary service uses in one location to serve Hillsborough County residents and further the alternative energy technology knowledge base available.  Industrial, office, research, manufacturing, and distribution uses that find it advantageous to be located within the EIP are also permitted.

Once the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use element text language was crafted, Genesis applied it on this 3,000-acre former phosphate mine site in eastern Hillsborough County to create Inifinitus Renewable Energy Park (IREP).  As a "hybrid" category between urbanized Brandon to the west and agricultural areas to the east, the project will utilizes both urban and agricultural resources.  The park is of a sufficient size to generate practically no CO2 gases with its power generating facilities while producing over 100 mega-watts of renewable energy. Proposed technologies include solar, bio-mass, and bio-fuels (petro-algae). The park also includes a 700-acre industrial, research, educational, hotel and retail component.