Johns Hopkins announced on Monday a 15-year agreement in which its campuses would receive more than 250,000 megawatt-hours of solar power a year from Baltimore-based energy company Constellation, starting in 2021.
Walt Disney World has unveiled its newest and largest solar farm. At 270 acres, the site is almost twice the size of the entire Magic Kingdom.
Electric car maker Tesla is building a solar array on top of a Frederick County landfill.
The Senate amended the bill on the floor Tuesday to eliminate trash incineration as eligible for subsidies under the measure aimed at boosting the growth of renewable energy such as wind and solar.
Frederick County Council President M.C. Keegan-Ayer is creating a working group that will consider making the county’s solar ordinance more flexible.
Northern Virginia could become home to one of the largest solar power plants in the country, and a public hearing on the plan is set for Tuesday afternoon.
Dominion Energy’s “Solar for Students” program has expanded to more schools, including Kenmore Middle School in Arlington, Virginia.
Dominion Virginia Power parent company Dominion Energy is investing $1 billion in its solar fleet in Virginia and North Carolina. In Virginia, it has 27 solar generating facilities covering nearly 4,700 acres either in operation or under development.
Virginia Power parent company Dominion Energy will be able to generate enough solar energy to power more than 100,000 homes and businesses in Virginia with its two latest acquisitions.
Amazon intends to power its massive, global network of data centers with 100 percent renewable energy, and an extended partnership with Dominion Virginia Power’s parent company, will put it one big step closer to that goal.
Clarke County is getting a new solar project that will generate enough power for thousands of homes.
If you’ve ever thought about supplementing your electricity usage by going solar, there’s a map that can show you your Virginia house’s solar potential.
One local organization is changing the way people buy and use energy … one neighborhood at a time.
It sounds like a good deal: sell the solar power
generated by solar panels on your roof to your
utility company for a profit. But a consumer
advocate is calling it unfair.
If you have a solar panel on your roof or in your
backyard producing more electricity than you need,
it could soon be a moneymaker.
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