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Danville Utilities Announces Two 5MW Solar Energy Systems In Pittsylvania County to Commence Construction
December 17, 2019

Largest Community Solar Project in Rhode Island Breaks Ground adjacent to Superfund Site in North Smithfield
November 12, 2019

New law and Gov. Mills’ energy goals set off solar-farm land rush
Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel, October 7, 2019

TurningPoint Energy Expanding Community Solar into Maine
August 28, 2019

TurningPoint Energy and ForeFront Power Announce 6.57 MW of Maryland Community Solar Projects
August 22, 2019

Woolwich Hears from Solar Company Rep
Wiscasset Newspaper,  August 6, 2019

Community Solar Program Comes to Life in Rhode Island as TurningPoint Energy and Nautilus Solar Announce Community Solar Projects in West Greenwich and North Smithfield
July 15, 2019

Concho Valley Electric Cooperative Announces the Agnes Project, its First Community Solar Project
June 25, 2019

This Virginia city is rooted in tobacco, but its revival is drawing power from solar
Energy News, June 10, 2019

Alchemy Renewable Energy Announces Commercial Operation of 3.5 MWac Ephrata Solar Project
May 29, 2019

How to Switch to Clean Energy in Maryland, DC and Virginia
NBC 4 Washington, April 22, 2019

Solar Powers Opportunities for Utilities, Area Farmers
Go Dan River, March 17, 2019

Two energy companies running Kentuck solar farm donate land to county schools
Go Dan River, February 22, 2019

TurningPoint Energy Land Holdings and WGL Energy Makes Acres of Community Investment in Danville, Virginia
February 21, 2019

TurningPoint Energy Wins Approval on Solar Farm
The Valley Breeze, February 20, 2019

NOVEC to Purchase Renewable Energy from 300 MW of Solar Facilities within the PJM Territory
February 20, 2019

Project Spotlight

Solar Project Serves as an Outdoor Classroom

TurningPoint Energy’s most recently developed Garrett County, Maryland solar farm is already contributing to the community. In June 2022, both elementary and college students toured the site, learning first-hand about solar project construction and operation.

In Maryland alone, TPE and its partners have pledged more than $186,000 in community investment across the state to local food pantries, first responders, schools, shelters for the homeless, veterans support services, agricultural and community service organizations that assist low income families.


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