The Department of Environmental Quality has issued a permit for Strata Solar Development to construct and operate a new solar facility, Gloucester Solar, LLC, in Gloucester County. The 19.8 megawatt (MW) project will supply enough electricity to power more than 4,000 homes.
Good things may in fact come to those who wait. There’s never been a better time to go solar, given how much prices for panels have come down.
If aesthetics is the reason you’ve been holding off on converting to solar, 2017 just might be the year for you to take the renewables leap.
Governor McAuliffe today announced the first large solar project to be owned and operated by the University of Virginia.
Neighbors across the Shenandoah Valley have formed the Mountain and Valley Solar Co-op.
Dominion is investing more than $800 million in solar power in Virginia, with much of it being built at little or no cost to most customers.
This year’s Dominion ArtStars award-winners are sure to contribute to the next generation of successful students as well as artists.
Nearly 235,000 solar panels, with help from the sun, are at work for Dominion Virginia Power customers.
UVA and its Darden School of Business have entered into an innovative solar power partnership with Dominion Virginia Power.
Governor McAuliffe announced the permit for a new solar farm under development by Correctional Solar LLC, a subsidiary of Virginia Solar.
Our domestic solar power capacity has seen a compound annual growth of nearly 60 percent over the last 10 years.
Governor McAuliffe announced a permit for a new solar facility to be built in Clarke County.
Governor Terry McAuliffe today commissioned Virginia’s first community solar project at the BARC Electric facility in Rockbridge.
Hecate Energy has received a permit for a new utility-scale solar facility to be built in Cape Charles in Northampton County.
Putting solar panels on your school is a great idea, not only to provide a free source of electricity, but also as a real-world way to teach students.
Governor McAuliffe announced Thursday a permit for a new solar facility to be built by Firestone Solar LLC, a subsidiary of Virginia Solar.
As part of Virginia Tech’s Earth Week 2016 activities, the university will install its first solar powered table near Pritchard Hall.
The Commonwealth of Virginia, Microsoft and Dominion will partner to bring 20 megawatts (MW) of solar energy onto the grid in Virginia
In those states with ample sunshine and the legislative initiative to get solar panels on residential roofs, there has never been a better—or cheaper—time to put photovoltaic panels to use.
Dominion Virginia Power is partnering with SunEnergy1 to install 91,803 solar panels at a new solar farm in Chesapeake.
Dominion has closed on thefinal phase of its sale of a 33 percent ownership interest in 425 megawatts of solar generating capacity to SunEdison, Inc.
Dominion Virginia Power and the Commonwealth of Virginia reached an agreement to deploy 110 megawatts of solar power generation.
Many people still consider environmentalists’ favorite black panels as the cutting edge of renewable energy. However, the burgeoning solar industry has spent the last four decades refining these original photovoltaic panels, giving way to an entirely new generation of solar technology.
Dominion Energy, Inc., a subsidiary of Dominion (NYSE: D), today announced the acquisition of an 80-megawatt solar facility in Virginia from project developer Community Energy, Inc. Construction on one of the largest announced solar facilities in the mid-Atlantic region is expected to begin later in 2015. The facility would enter service in fall 2016.
The State Corporation Commission has determined that Dominion Virginia Power must seek third-party market alternatives before the SCC can grant approval of a proposed solar electric generating facility. Dominion had proposed to build the 20-megawatt facility near the town of Remington in Fauquier County.
Dominion Virginia Power has proposed to build 56 megawatts of large-scale solar facilities that would begin producing renewable energy by December 2016.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality is issuing the first Permit By Rule for an 80 megawatt solar facility that will be constructed in northern Accomack County.