Virginia remains a few steps behind Maryland and DC in terms of solar deployment because it lacks any significant state or local incentives like an SREC program. However, solar still makes a lot of sense on a large scale.
Honeydew can help you navigate the large scale solar array process by getting the country’s top utility scale solar companies to compete for your business. Additionally, we can help you procure a lower natural gas supply rate and switch from fossil fuel based electricity to renewable energy if you have a high usage.
VA Energy Regulations & Incentives
- Virginia Clean Economy Act of 2020
- Plenty of upcoming solar legislation
Projects and Case Studies
- Stratford Club
- Rhodes Hill Square
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