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Spotsylvania solar project begins partial operation

The first 259 MW of the embattled project are on-line, with the rest of the capacity expected to follow in the fall.

Morning Brief: complaints about Spotsylvania solar, Duke announces location of two new projects

Today in the morning brief: Chispa Nevada and Nevada Conservation League train climate voters, the Department of Energy releases a distributed solar RFI, Headline Solar reaches $5 mil in revenue and more.

Spotsylvania solar fully approved, Cypress Creek teams up with Starbucks: pvMB 4/16/19

Good morning! In today’s pvMB we also bring you Enphase’s upgrade program hitting 2,500 users, the mayor of South Miami going off-grid, and more!

Spotsylvania solar project back in action

Don’t call it a comeback: The largest single section of sPower’s proposed 500 MW solar project in Spotsylvania County, Virginia has been approved by the county after initially being recommended for denial.


Fossils going hard after solar in Spotsylvania

Large scale solar power development is under attack by fossil fuel interests, with the Spotsylvania, Virginia project by sPower being focused on by right wing news websites and “think tanks”.


Damaged but not dead: proposed 500 MW farm in Spotsylvania takes a hit

After having two of the project’s three special-use permit applications be recommended for denial, sPower’s bid for the largest solar project East of the Rocky Mountains is in serious doubt.


Solar power by sPower in Spotsylvania signs more contracts

The largest planned solar power plant east of the Rocky Mountains at 500 MW-AC has signed PPAs for all of its planned production with Microsoft, the University of Richmond, and a consortium of businesses including Apple.

Flirting with fossils: the faux crusade for ‘responsible solar’

An ostensibly fossil-friendly group has been quietly orchestrating faux concern campaigns to disrupt the renewable energy landscape. We outline the history and apparent motives of Citizens for Responsible Solar, and its growing network of affiliates.


They love me, they love me not – a tale of solar power romance

A Texas author opposing renewable energy has published a list of 17 rejected solar power projects across the United States since 2017.


Sunrise brief: Longroad brings 200 MW of solar online for Microsoft

Also on the rise: A 500 MW pumped storage project gets seed money from California, supply chain issues are pushing up prices and delaying projects, and Pine Gate Renewables completes a 108 MW project in North Carolina.

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