Prince William County Public Schools, the 34th largest school district in the US, has chosen Secure Solar Futures to install solar arrays at 12 school sites and incorporate clean energy in classroom curricula.
Our First Project in West Virginia Will Bring Solar to Calhoun County Schools through PPA
Now that Solar Power Purchase Agreements are legal in West Virginia, Calhoun County Schools is the first to receive solar power without upfront cost. They’ll also get educational programs on clean energy.
Second Annual Event at Science Museum of VA Highlights Student Research on Clean Energy
At the 2nd Annual Throwing Solar Shade Final event, more than 80 students presented research on heat islands, climate science and solar energy.
Secretary of Energy Granholm and VA Sen. Kaine Tour Historic Secure Futures Solar Project
US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and Virginia’s US Senator Tim Kaine joined Secure Futures President Tony Smith to celebrate solar power and the new Inflation Reduction Act.
A New Way for Localities in Virginia to Go Solar with Much Less Impact on Land
For localities concerned about the impact of large solar projects on farmland, new rules allowing shared distributed solar offer an option to go solar on much less space.