The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is set to drop at the end of 2016 from 30% to 10%, making the economics difficult for commercial solar projects. Additionally, the tax credit will expire for residential projects, eliminating the tax benefits for residential solar installations
Statement in response to the EPA’s Clean Power Plan, the final rules which were announced by President Obama on August 3rd, 2015: August 3rd was an exciting day for Virginia, with the President’s unveiling the Clean Power Plan, one of the tremendous opportunities we have to create a more dynamic Virginia economy and power our […]
Many of us in the so-called “millennial” generation embrace innovation and disruption of established practices as the wave of solutions to today’s most critical problems. That’s one reason we love Uber, the ride-service springing up throughout the country. And it is also why we have trouble reconciling the rhetoric of policymakers who champion free enterprise […]
Secure Futures and the University of Richmond have reached an agreement to install a 204 kW solar photovoltaic system on the roof of the campus’s Weinstein Recreation and Wellness Center. The agreement will be the first of its kind under the Power Purchase Agreement Pilot Program signed onto law in 2013.
We wish to highlight the solar industry’s successes in 2014 in developing record-breaking generation capacity nationally and innovative business models serving Virginian’s demand for solar. While Virginia policy still lags well behind consumer demand, Virginian’s have reason to remain optimistic for 2015 and beyond.