West Virginia has become the 29th state to allow power purchase agreements. That removes a major barrier to help this coal state rise from its current national ranking near the bottom for solar power.
Summary of Article – authored by Secure Futures President & CEO, Anthony Smith – published in May/June 2015 issue of SolarToday: Leading the Renewable Energy Revolution In the midst of net-metering disputes across the country, and debates on solar energy’s impact on non-solar participants, research concludes the first commercial scale system in Virginia is benefiting […]
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.
Virginia shines a glimmer of light on renewables by passing a wind and solar “pilot” program, after a surprising about-face by Dominion Power in supporting PPA legislation in 2013.