Dominion Energy is set to develop six new PV projects that will generate renewable energy for Facebook. The solar projects will be built in Dominion Energy's service area in Virginia and North Carolina and will gradually come online by mid-2020.
India is reaching out to its renewables R&D contributors to create a roadmap, Dominion has purchased a solar power system in Virginia, TerraForm Power has an extension to regain compliance with its Nasdaq listing.
Dominion Virginia Power is set to add some major assets to its PV pipeline, as the company is currently constructing three large-scale solar projects in the Virginia counties of Isle of Wight, Louisa and Powhatan.
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Dominion Virginia Power, a subsidiary of utility Dominion, is to construct a 21MW solar PV plant at Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach on behalf of the Department of the Navy and Commonwealth of Virginia.
Hundreds of local jobs are set to be created due to the construction of three Dominion Virginia Power PV plants in Virginia. In order to fill these positions, Dominion’s construction contractor, Amec Foster Wheeler, expects to host job fairs in Powhatan and Charlottesville.