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New Study: Expanding Virginia’s Distributed Solar Capacity to 2,500 MW Would...

See below for a press release from Virginia Solar for All, a coalition of solar power companies. Also note, from the study, that "Research...

Dominion Energy Appears to Be Circulating an Alternative to the Virginia...

The following bill (click here and/or see below the bullet points) was sent to me by a source, who said this is "Dominion's alternative...

Biscuit Eaters, Ratepayer Regulation, and Virginia

by Morris Meyer I was asked today about the Virginia Clean Economy Act (VCEA) repealing the 2018 SB 966 Grid Transformation and Security Act (GTSA)...

In Brief Before U.S. Supreme Court, AG Mark Herring Highlights Deficiencies...

From AG Mark Herring's office: HERRING HIGHLIGHTS DEFICIENCIES OF FEDERAL PIPELINE PERMIT IN BRIEF BEFORE U.S. SUPREME COURT ~ AG Herring has filed a brief in...

Video: Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows, Virginia Energy Policy Edition

As you can see from the following video of a vote in Senate Commerce and Labor Committee earlier today, politics in general - and...

And Finally, Energy Efficiency and Storage Bills

by Ivy Main, cross posted from Power for the People VA There video online of what appears to be part of the runup to Beschler’s...

The Virginia Bill Roundup Continues: Climate, Energy Transition, and Other Utility...

by Ivy Main, cross-posted from Power for the People VA If you need evidence that Virginia legislators finally recognize global warming as a crisis, you...

Virginia 2020 Renewable Energy Bills to Watch

by Ivy Main, cross posted from Power for the People VA Yesterday’s post launched my annual roundup of energy and climate bills with a comparison...

The Oceans Are Dangerously Heating, Australia’s on Fire, and…Virginia’s Not (Yet)...

As usual - and today being a day ending in the letter "y" - there's more godawful news about the climate crisis humans have...

Video: Mixed Results from the First Meeting of the Senate Commerce...

As I wrote on Saturday, a meeting this afternoon of the new Senate Commerce and Labor Subcommittee on Energy would start to give us...