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Dominion asks to add 1 GW of solar and energy storage in Virginia

In a related move, the utility bought a 20 MW/80 MWh energy storage facility that is expected to enter service in 2022.

Dominion proposes 1 GW of new Virginia solar + storage by 2023

The utility has proposed 15 new Dominion-owned and 32 new PPA projects, in pursuit of achieving 100% renewable energy by 2045.

Watch: Former Virginia coal mine could host 50 MW solar project

The Nature Conservancy and Dominion Energy Virginia are teaming up to turn roughly 1,200 acres into a solar installation, the second such effort announced by environmental group.

Solar on schools: A smart solution

School districts throughout the country are increasingly installing solar projects, often at no upfront cost. What are the benefits?

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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.

Reviewing energy storage targets as Maine becomes the ninth state to participate

‘LD 528: An act to advance energy storage in Maine’ was signed by Governor Janet Mills, with The Pine Tree State joining several others in the trend of embracing energy storage goals. How does it compare to the other eight state targets?

OYA Solar closes deal to develop 600 MW of community solar in the Northeast

The company signed an exclusive co-development agreement with Omni Navitas, bringing its North American development pipeline well over 2 GW.

Dominion buys solar developer Birdseye Renewable

Dominion may be hoping to ease some of the pushback that local communities have shown to the development of utility-scale solar projects.

Virginia board rejects proposed 150 MW solar project

Strata Solar’s 150 MW Maroon Solar Facility is the latest project to be shot down in Virginia, as residents voiced concerns over the project’s effect on the local landscape.

AES to supply Google data centers in Virginia with 24/7 renewable energy

The agreement will result in the construction of around 500 MW of renewable energy and storage projects to ensure that Google data centers will be 90% carbon-free when measured on an hourly basis.

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