The Virginia power company says a $1 billion investment in its home state and North Carolina has placed its solar assets as the sixth largest utility-owned portfolio in the country.
The state’s attorney general released a new disclosure form to protect solar consumers against the behavior of unethical solar installers.
The four plants nearly double the Florida utility’s large-scale solar capacity, and another four are scheduled to come online March 1.
The developer continues its nationwide expansion, building 800 MW of solar capacity in North Carolina, South Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York and Vermont alone.
While the federal agency continues to struggle with reporting accurate data on existing solar, it has recorded a large volume of proposed projects over the next three years.
A new study highlights four alternative types of land that would allow the state’s fertile Great Central Valley and utility-scale solar installations to co-exist in harmony.
The island’s largest residential solar installer is asking Congress to modify the investment tax credit (ITC) into a cash-grant program, which it says would encourage private investment in the area.
The Alabama Solar A project will provide electricity to Walmart through a long-term contract.
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