Green light for the Virginia Clean Economy Act at the state assembly marks legislative progress, bringing law mandating 100% carbon-free electricity by mid-century one step closer.
Tech giant Amazon has signed off on an agreement to purchase close to 70% of the power generated from a 120MW PV project that Dominion Energy is developing in Virginia.
Appalachian Power has issued a second Request for Proposals (RFP) for up to 200MW of PV energy that will both cut customer costs and further diversify the electric generation mix within Virginia.
Dominion Energy is adding a 150MW PV project in Prince George County, Virginia, that will stand as the largest solar installation in Dominion Energy's portfolio within the state.
The deal, which Dominion says is largest ever brokered by a US state government, comprises four different solar projects set to come online before 2023, as well as one wind project.
Utility and subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Energy aims to add 6.3GW of PV and 2.8GW of batteries by 2038, with storage part of ‘low-cost’ calculations for the first time.
Dominion Generation, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dominion Energy, has acquired two PV installations from Savion LLC, a subsidiary of Macquarie's Green Investment Group.
Baltimore firm will sell power from under-construction PV plant to Johns Hopkins University, retail giant TJX Companies and food group McCormick & Company.
Push for 3GW of solar and wind sees state join growing list of those adopting full clean energy or renewable energy targets via laws or executive orders.
The utility wants to add projects larger than 5MW to its portfolio in order to achieve its target of 3GW of solar and wind in Virginia by 2022.
The projects will be built by 2020 and power Amazon’s cloud computing service data centres.
The largest solar PV project planned in the US state of Virginia, standing at 500MW capacity, has faced weeks of local opposition.
US-based wind and solar developer Apex Clean Energy has purchased 442.5 MW of solar projects across Virginia from renewable energy developer SolUnesco.
Dominion Energy is sampling the appetite for corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) before it launches a 3GW tender in Virginia.
The Commonwealth of Virginia’s new energy plan has called for 3GW of solar and wind installations by 2022 as well as grid modernization to handle both solar and wind totalling 5GW by 2028.