Two transactions with developer Energix will lead to the construction and operation of six utility-scale solar projects in the United States.
Trade group ACORE recommended long-distance, high-voltage transmission within the PJM grid region along with other, faster measures to help the grid operator approve 167 GW of pending solar, storage and wind projects.
A coalition of distributed solar installers has petitioned to throw out an interconnection cost allocation rule in Virginia that has led to project delays and cost increases.
A study from Columbia University has identified 59 new local renewable energy siting restrictions across 35 states in the U.S., taking the total count to 228. In addition, nine state level restrictions were noted as being severe enough to block projects.
A group of researchers and data scientists from the Chesapeake Conservatory studied the construction of solar energy facilities in states surrounding the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and found that solar developments on already cultivated land did not adversely impact biodiversity.
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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.
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