Dominion Energy Gets Central Virginia Solar Project
give adequate renewable power to the grid to match 100 percent of its Virginia production and workplace procedures' electrical energy usage. " If we can aid
Aug 17, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Dominion Energy, North America, Solar Project, Cassidy DeLine
Dominion Energy to add 150MW PV installation to Virginia pipeline
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
Nov 1, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Virginia, North America, dominion
Appalachian Power Issues RfP for 200 MW Solar Projects in Virginia
that reduce customer costs and expands our renewables portfolio.” Virginia Senate Bill 966, passed in 2018, requires Appalachian Power to construct or
Jan 27, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Virginia, tender, North America, Appalachian Power, International, Chris Beam
Virginia inks 345MW PV deal with Dominion Energy
government of Virginia has signed a deal with local utility Dominion Energy for 345MW of solar and 75MW of onshore wind energy to power government buildings and
Oct 21, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Virginia, Dominion Energy, power purchase agreement, North America, Ralph Northam
Amazon unveils seventh solar farm for Virginia
revealed plans for a 45MW / 100,000MWh solar farm in Virginia and a 23.2MW / 68,000MWh wind farm in Cork, Ireland on Thursday. The projects will be
Aug 2, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Solar, USA, Virginia, Amazon, Ireland, Cork, plants, Europe, North America
Savion offers 30-MW Virginia solar project to Falck Renewables and Eni US
solar center prepared for Westmoreland County is one of three Virginia projects established by Savion, leading to 115 MW of solar energy and also a total financial
Nov 19, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Markets & Finance News, USA, North America, Falck Renewables, Solar Project, Savion, Eni US
Facebook commissions Dominion Energy for 100-MW Virginia solar system
Solar, a 100-MW center, was accepted by the Virginia State Corporation Commission on Jan. 22, 2020, as well as is anticipated to come to be functional by the
Feb 13, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Virginia, Dominion Energy, North America, Facebook, Sadler Solar, Urvi Parekh
Dominion Energy Virginia indications 75-MW solar PPA with Savion
for Wythe County brings the variety of Savion-developed projects to 4 in Virginia under contract, operating or incomplete leading to 190 MW of solar power and
Nov 24, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Markets & Finance News, USA, PPA, Virginia, Dominion Energy, North America, Savion, Diana Scholtes, Emil Avram
Virginia energy concerns RFP for 300 MW of renewable energy projects
Power have to meet annual targets as it pursues 100% carbon-free energy in its Virginia service region by 2050. The firm is seeking facilities that are at the very
Feb 16, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, North America, Appalachian Power, Chris Beam
TurningPoint Energy developing two 5-MW Virginia solar projects
supply 2.5% of the city’s power needs. The project supports 125 jobs in Virginia in the form of consultants, engineers, construction and related occupations,
Dec 17, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Virginia, pv power plants, solar pv, North America, TurningPoint Energy, Jason Grey, Jared Schoch, John Malloy
Dominion Energy suggests 500MW of new solar projects for Virginia
stated this collective strategy with solar programmers assists fulfil the Virginia Clean Economy Act demand to have around a 3rd of brand-new solar as well as
Nov 3, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, USA, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, Virginia, Dominion Energy, North America, irp, Katharine Bond, Ed Baine
Dominion Energy Virginia seeks up to 500 MW of solar bids
Energy Virginia is seeking bids for up to 500 megawatts of solar generation in both 2021 and 2022 to continue moving the Commonwealth toward a clean
Aug 6, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, USA, Virginia, Dominion Energy, The Solar RFP, North America
Virginia calls on wind and solar to achieve 100% carbon-free power by 2050
Virginia’s state governor has issued an executive order that reiterates the need to have “at least” 3GW of solar and offshore wind projects in development by 2022 in order to reach a string of ambitious new renewable energy production targets. The order wants 30% of Virginia’s electricity to be powered by renewable energy sources by 2030 and for the state to be fully powered by carbon-free sources by 2050. Virginia’s agencies and executive branch institutions will lead by example, aiming to procure at least 30% of their electricity from renewable resources by 2022. The state joins a handful of other US states that have 100% clean energy or 100% renewable energy targets either passed into law or signed as an explicit goal through an executive order. Governor Ralph Northam, a Democrat in a state with a Republican-controlled legislature, said in a statement that the new order will “help ensure that Virginia remains at the forefront of clean energy innovation, meets the urgency of the challenges brought on by climate change, and captures the economic, environmental, and health benefits of this energy growth in an equitable way that benefits all Virginians.” It is the most ambitious solar target in Virginia’s history, according to David Murray, executive director of the MD-DC-VA Solar Energy Industries Association. Under the order, several state agency leaders will develop a plan of action to meet the new renewable energy goals. The plan will also address issues related to energy storage, energy efficiency, equity, and environmental justice. “The executive order in Virginia is one of many ways that governors can clear the way for solar deployment. Virginia leaders have worked hard to build the local solar market and we commend Governor Northam for his efforts to make Virginia a top solar state,” said SEIA vice-president of state affairs Sean Gallagher. The order also outlines a new goal of having 2.5GW of offshore wind installed in the state by 2026. Local power producers up the ante to reach goal of 3GW of renewables by 2022 The new targets give weight to a prior state-wide goal of having 3GW of wind and solar in operation by 2022 and 5.5GW by 2028, laid out in an energy bill last year. The state’s largest electric power producers, Dominion Energy and Appalachian Power, have already amplified their solar procurement efforts to reach that aim. Dominion Energy has committed to procure 500MW of utility-scale solar and wind in the state annually from 2019 through competitive tenders, issuing the first request for proposals of the series in August. The firm has also committed to boosting smaller-scale projects in the state by competitively procuring 50-150MW annually until 2022. Appalachian Power launched a competitive procurement process for 200MW of utility-scale projects that will be operational in late 2021. Virginia currently has 802MW of solar in service in the state, employing nearly 3,900 people, according to the SEIA.
Sep 18, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, Grids, USA, Virginia, Dominion Energy, North America, Appalachian Power, renewable energy targets, renewables targets, Ralph Northam, David Murray, Sean Gallagher
Constellation secures three customers for 175MW of solar power in Virginia
Constellation has inked a deal to sell power from a 175MW solar facility in Virginia to Johns Hopkins University, spice and seasoning mix company McCormick &
Sep 19, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, USA, Virginia, North America, constellation, exelon, johns hopkins university, mccormick & company, tjx companies, renewable energy certificates, baltimore
New SunLogix Virginia stockroom supplies essential storage space ability for solar power sector
service providers as well as specialists. The stockroom lies in southerly Virginia and also provides 8 dock doors. It can fitting 20 truckloads each day. The
Apr 6, 2020 // Storage, USA, Virginia, North America, SunLogix, David DesVerney