RWEa company that produces renewable energy, has signed eight long-term power purchase agreements Dominion Energy Virginia in the state for seven solar energy projects with a total capacity of more than 300 MW and capable of producing more than 750,000 MWh of production.
“As a company, we are well positioned to leverage our extensive experience to deliver high-quality solar projects, optimizing costs and providing our customers with customized solutions,” says Mark Noyes, CEO of RWE Clean Energy, a subsidiary. RWE AG.
The utility-level project portfolio in Virginia includes:
- Pleasant Hill Solar: 20 MW located in the town of Suffolk – came online in April
- Watlington Solar: 20 MW located in Halifax County – came online in June
- Wythe County Solar: 75 MW located in Wythe County – under construction and expected to be online in 2024
- Switchgrass Solar: 69 MW located in Suffolk County – under development
- 360 Solar: 52 MW located in Chesterfield County – under development
- Groves Solar: 15 MW located in Westmoreland County – under development
- Harrisonburg Solar: 15 MW located in Rockingham County – under development
Each project has a power purchase agreement with Dominion Energy Virginia, a regulated utility that supplies electricity to more than 2.8 million customers in the state.
RWE Clean Energy acts as the long-term owner-operator of each project.