Dominion is investing more than $800 million in solar power in Virginia, with much of it being built at little or no cost to most customers. Additional solar projects are now in the planning stages. “Our company has made a major commitment to develop significant blocks of solar generation toRead More
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Dominion Virginia Power proposed to build 56-MW of large-scale solar facilities that would begin producing renewable energy by December of 2016. The company filed with the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) for certificates of public convenience and necessity for three separate solar projects that would be located in Powhatan, Louisa and IsleRead More
The Dominion Foundation presented the University of Maryland with a $50,000 educational grant — part of Dominion’s Higher Educational Partnership — that was one of 40 awarded to colleges and post-secondary schools to fund projects in energy, environmental studies, engineering and workforce development. Maryland’s project, “Design of Efficient Solar Cooling System with HighRead More
SunEdison and Dominion, one of the nation’s largest producers and transporters of energy, announced a joint venture for the Three Cedars solar project, a 265 MW DC solar project in Utah, developed by SunEdison. The announcement marks the expansion of a joint venture recently announced regarding Dominion’s investment in theRead More
E.ON Solar, a part of E.ON SE, announced the completion of Alamo Solar in San Bernardino County, Calif. The 20 MW (AC) photovoltaic solar facility, located near the town of Oro Grande, marks E.ON’s first solar project executed in the state and is the latest expansion of a growing U.S.Read More
With its acquisition of the 20-megawatt Richland Solar Center facility, Dominion has upped its contracted solar generating portfolio to 364 megawatts. Dominion announced the acquisition of the facility from HelioSage Energy April 15. Located in Twiggs County, near Jeffersonville, Georgia, is expected to enter service in 2015 and has securedRead More