“Virginia is open for solar business,” said Danny Van Clief, president of Coronal Energy at the commissioning of a 10MW solar project with the Central Virginia Electric Cooperative (CVEC). “With Charlottesville as our east coast hub and a decade of continuous operations in the state, Coronal is proud to partner with CVEC on a pair of projects that will pave the way for the accelerated adoption of solar energy." The two 5MW systems combine to constitute the largest solar project in the state for an electric distribution cooperative. Governor Ralph Northam helped "flip the switch" for the new project. “I applaud CVEC for demonstrating that low-cost renewable energy is a viable concept in rural Virginia,” said Governor Northam. “It is critical that the Commonwealth of Virginia not be left behind as a destination for the one of the fastest-growing sectors of our economy, and these projects set the example that solar energy can compete anywhere." Read more here.