Under third-generation leadership, a family-owned company has pivoted to energy storage and sees opportunity for other southwest Virginia companies to follow.
State regulators dealt a setback to solar developers last month, but some think it could become a blessing in disguise.
A proposal by the state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority is designed to drive the deployment of 580 megawatts of energy storage capacity by 2030.
An assessment of the potential of storage in the state, a leader in wind energy, also identified barriers to its expansion.
A pair of energy consultants are promoting an HVDC interstate transmission-plus-storage project that could complete a link between California and Chicago.