Dominion returns for more US solar

Dominion has acquired a 5MW (AC) ground-mount PV array in the US state of Connecticut from Japan’s Kyocera and developer CleanPath, adding momentum to the solar push the Virginia-based power utility began earlier this year.

The deal closed on 22 October for an undisclosed sum.

The project – in Somers, north central Connecticut – represents the third large PV acquisition this year by Dominion, one of the ten largest investor-owned US utilities.

In February Dominion acquired the 7.7MW Azalea project in Georgia, while this summer it bought three arrays – known as Indy I, II and II – totaling 28.6MW near Indianapolis.

All three projects – Somers, Azalea and Indy – are due for completion by the end of the year, and have lengthy power-purchase agreements, with the Somers array to feed its Log in to read complete article.

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