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Energix Partners signs long-term supply agreement with Nevados, seeking to improve erosion controls and operations of solar assets.
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The Longroad Energy’s 108 MW Foxhound Solar Project to be acquired by Dominion Energy was the first utility-scale solar project to receive Virginia Pollinator-Smart biodiversity certification.
Dominion seeks proposals for utility-scale solar projects greater than 3 MW that are located in Virginia, distributed projects of up to 3 MW, and encourages projects on previously developed sites such as former landfills and brownfields.
Located along the Blue Ridge Mountains, the scenic project marks the developer’s first project developed in Virginia, expanding DSD’s footprint into 23 states. The project will meet 85% of the community’s energy needs and produce 2,396 MWh of clean energy each year, the equivalent of 330 homes.
Huge growth in interconnection requests along with lengthy reviews and high project withdrawal rates motivated PJM to create a “first-ready, first-served” approach in 2022, Berkeley Lab notes.
In recent weeks Glenn Youngkin nixed a Virginia Ford facility after he was informed that companies had decided to invest.
With the new appointments, Biden appointees constitute the majority of the TVA board of directors. Key decisions on TVA’s generating mix are in the works.
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