The state will invest $14 million into a public-private partnership with a West Coast charging station developer.
In a letter, five tech companies tell state regulators that Dominion isn’t meeting the sector’s need for renewables.
A letter to Gov. Ralph Northam’s administration asks for more flexibility for companies seeking to buy from alternative suppliers.
“To stay viable, the city realized it had to be innovative,” said one booster behind Benham, Kentucky’s solar push.
As solar prices become competitive with fossil fuels, member-owned electric cooperatives are beginning to embrace renewables.