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Dominion Energy Acquires 150mw Solar Energy Project in Ohio from Invenergy
Friday 22 January 2021

A subsidiary of Virginia, US-based utility operator Dominion Energy (NYSE: D) has acquired the 150-megawatt Hardin solar generating facility, which recently entered service in Hardin County, Ohio, from Chicago-based Invenergy to expand solar portfolio into Ohio, the company said.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

With this solar project, Dominion Energy will build on its Invenergy partnership that has already produced nearly 100 megawatts of solar generating capacity elsewhere.

This marks Dominion Energy's first solar energy investment in Ohio, where the company owns and operates a Cleveland-based natural gas local distribution company serving 1.2m customer accounts in, principally, northeastern Ohio. Dominion owns solar arrays in nine other states, including in North Carolina, South Carolina and Utah, where the company also owns and operates gas utilities.

Dominion Energy has more than 2,200mw of solar generating capacity in operation with nearly 3,500mw of capacity in development.

Invenergy and its affiliated companies develop, own and operate large-scale sustainable energy generation and storage facilities in the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Date Published: 22/01/2021