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      • Tehachapi Pass is a mountain pass crossing the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County, California. Traditionally, the pass marks the northeast end of the Tehachapis and the south end of the Sierra Nevada range. The route is a principal connector between the San Joaquin Valley and the Mojave Desert .
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  1. Tehachapi Pass - Wikipedia

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    Tehachapi Pass is a mountain pass crossing the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County, California. Traditionally, the pass marks the northeast end of the Tehachapis and the south end of the Sierra Nevada range. The route is a principal connector between the San Joaquin Valley and the Mojave Desert.

  2. Tehachapi Pass wind farm - Wikipedia

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    [ edit on Wikidata ] The Tehachapi Pass wind farm is one of the first large-scale wind farms installed in the U.S., with around 710 megawatts (950,000 hp) produced by about 3400 wind turbines.

    • 1980s
    • Operational
  3. Tehachapi, California - Wikipedia

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    Tehachapi / t ə ˈ h æ tʃ ə p i / is a city in Kern County, California, in the Tehachapi Mountains, at an elevation of 3,970 feet (1,210 m) between the San Joaquin Valley and the Mojave Desert. Tehachapi is 35 miles (56 km) east-southeast of Bakersfield, and 20 miles (32 km) west of Mojave.

    • 3,970 ft (1,210 m)
    • Kern
  4. Tehachapi Mountains - Wikipedia

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    The Tehachapi Pass Wind Farm is on its eastern side. The Tehachapis, though neither as long or high as other California mountain ranges, are often considered the topographic feature that separates this part of Northern California from Southern California, with the geographic boundary often being Kern County.

  5. Tehachapi - Wikipedia

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    Tehachapi Pass Wind Farm, one of the largest wind farms in California Tehachapi Tribe, an Indian tribe best remembered for the 1863 Keyesville Massacre in which 53 men from the tribe were killed in Keyesville, California The Tempest from Tehachapi, a massive 1977 duststorm bearing Coccidioidomycosis

  6. Tehachapi Pass - WikiVisually

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    Tehachapi Pass is a mountain pass crossing the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County, California in the United States. Traditionally, the pass marks the northeast end of the Tehachapis and the south end of the Sierra Nevada range.

  7. Tehachapi Pass - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Tehachapi Pass is a mountain pass crossing the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County, California. Traditionally, the pass marks the northeast end of the Tehachapis and the south end of the Sierra Nevada range. Tehachapi Pass is a mountain pass crossing the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County, California.

  8. Tehachapi Loop - Wikipedia

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    National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark identifier The Tehachapi Loop is a 0.73 miles (1.17 km) long spiral, or helix, on the Union Pacific Railroad Mojave Subdivision through Tehachapi Pass, of the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County, south-central California.

  9. Alta Wind Energy Center - Wikipedia

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    The Alta Wind Energy Center is a wind farm located in Tehachapi Pass of the Tehachapi Mountains, in Kern County, California. As of 2013, it is the largest wind farm in the United States, with a combined installed capacity of 1,547 MW (2,075,000 hp).

    • $ 2.875 billion (units I-IX)
    • Operational
  10. Tehachapi Pass - Places | Facebook

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    Oct 21, 2015 · The actual high point is just east of the town of <a href="/pages/w/103995119637899">Tehachapi</a>, at an elevation (on the railroad) of 4031ft. The highway sign refers to this location as Tehachapi Summit. However, the term Tehachapi Pass is routinely used to refer to both this location and the approaches on either side.</p>