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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.

Virginia’s largest-ever group of solar projects gets the green light

The nine-project group was approved by state regulators and will be a critical part of the 16 GW of renewable energy Virginia plans to add by 2035.


Solar developer Keystone Power Holdings expands U.S. footprint

The company plans to enter three new markets and focus on nonprofits and municipalities with wastewater treatment plants.

Sigora Solar signs PPA for school-based rooftop solar

The power purchase agreement is expected to save the school district more than $3 million over 20 years.

University of Richmond matches its energy needs with solar

The university is the second in the nation to match its energy usage with solar, following completion of the 20 MW Spider Solar project.

Virginia aims to make installing energy storage easier

The state is under a crunch to build out 3.1 GW of storage by 2035, but bills meant to remove lengthy regulatory approvals and ease the procurement of local permits are looking to alleviate the pressure.


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