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Over the next 15 years, Dominion Energy plans to add about 16,000 MWs of solar generating capacity as part of Virginia’s plan for 100% zero-carbon electricity by 2045 and the company’s goal to achieve net zero emissions from its electric and gas infrastructure by 2050.

To meet these ambitious renewable energy and sustainability targets, we are exploring all types of renewable energy opportunities. One such project is our proposed Moon Corner Solar Facility, which will be up to a 60 MW solar facility in Richmond County, VA. The project is sited on a timber property on the south side of Ridge Road along the county line with Lancaster. The project will require approval from Richmond County and the Virginia State Corporation Commission.

In addition to supporting a clean and sustainable energy future in Virginia, solar projects like Moon Corner provide many benefits to the local community. Projects often use Virginia and locally-based suppliers and labor, help create clean energy jobs, and increase local tax revenues.

  • Type: Utility-Scale Solar Project
  • Location: Richmond County, VA
  • Design: Ground mounted single-axis tracking facility
  • Size: Up to 60 MWac, enough to power 15,000 homes at peak output

Anticipated Timeline

  • Open House: August 17, 2021, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at
    Rappahannock High School (6914 Richmond Road, Warsaw, VA 22572)
  • Richmond County Permitting: Q3 2021
  • Filing to State Corporation Commission: Q3 2022
  • Online: As soon as Q4 2024
Moon Corner Map


While we believe this is a perfect opportunity to work within existing guidelines to advance renewable energy in Virginia, we want to reassure you that we are here to listen.

Should you have any questions or comments on this project, please feel free to contact Jason De La Cruz at or 804-205-8268 or Adam Thompson at or 804-229-9735.

Given ongoing public health concerns related to the spread of the coronavirus, Dominion Energy is mindful of the need to maintain appropriate social distancing during our business activities and community member interactions.

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