FLINT MINE Revised Scoping Statement filed - Flint Mine Solar RSS


Flint Mine project proposal encompasses 1,700 acres

Flint Mine Project was introduced during an open-house on May 30. A second open-house was held on November 8, 2018. Hudson Energy Development proposes a 100MW facility sited on 1,700 acres of farm land located in Coxsackie and Athens.

Saving Greene is committed to working with the stakeholders to raise awareness and ensure that the project represents the interests of the community.



Flint Mine




1,700 acres in Coxsackie and Athens


Unprecedented Scope―

This is a huge project that spans both sides of 9W and will have an impact on the wildlife and green space that we now enjoy.


What we know:


1. Saving Greene’s position

Saving Greene opposes the siting of any plant under Article 10 of the Public Service Law, which deprives local governments of home rule rights guaranteed by the New York State Constitution (Article IX, Section 1). The scale and industrial footprint of the Flint Mine Solar project represent a significant change in land use that affects the character and landscape of Coxsackie. These concerns must be addressed at the local level.


2. Preliminary Scoping Statement

PSS filed on November 9 and comments received by Nov. 30, 2018 deadline


3. Revised Scoping Statement

RSS published on Jan. 11 2019 - the revised scoping statement contains Hudson Energy’s response to PSS comments from the community.