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.
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.
Secure Futures’ COVID-19 Policy
Like many companies and organizations today, we put the health and safety of our customers and employees first. So, during the COVID-19 outbreak, we’ve implemented a plan to ensure continuity of service and safe distancing. Secure Futures is now putting in place measures to make sure that our customers continue to receive the reliable solar […]
Rooftop & Shared Solar Industry, Advocates Endorse Virginia Clean Economy Act
Solar Coalition Builds Strong Clean Energy Policy for 2020 RICHMOND, VA – A diverse coalition of Virginia solar companies, advocacy groups, ratepayer advocates and constituents invested in the increased deployment of rooftop and shared solar announced Thursday their strong support for the Virginia Clean Economy Act carried by Senator Jennifer McClellan and Delegates Rip Sullivan, […]
The Future of Solar Net Metering is in the Hands of Virginia’s General Assembly
This month as state legislators, staff, lobbyists and constituents flood the state’s capitol for Virginia’s annual General Assembly Session, the solar buzz concerns how utilities and the solar industry will seek to meet at the middle regarding net-metering and other measures affecting the growth of distributed solar. The 2019 General Assembly session is a shorter session this year, which means […]