Eric Hurlocker

On October 30, 2015, the Virginia State Corporation Commission (the “SCC”) issued an Order for Notice and Hearing (the “Order”) in response to Dominion Virginia Power’s (“Dominion”) application for approval and certificates of public convenience and necessity to construct and operate three utility scale solar electric generating facilities...

The Virginia State Corporation Commission (the “SCC”) issued a Final Order on October 20, 2015 (the “Order”) denying Dominion Virginia Power’s (“Dominion”) application to construct and operate a 20 megawatt utility-scale solar electric generating facility near the town of Remington in Fauquier County, Virginia (the...

On October 5, 2015, the Richmond Times Dispatch included an article on the ongoing debate between utilities and renewable energy advocates as to how Virginia will comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new Clean Power Plan.  The Clean Power Plan obligates states to...

On Thursday, October 1, 2015, Dominion Virginia Power (“Dominion”), Virginia’s largest utility, announced its proposal to build three large-scale solar facilities with a combined capacity of 56 MW in three Virginia counties:  (i) 17 MW to be built on 165 acres in Powhatan County, (ii)...

Eric W. Hurlocker, co-managing partner of the GreeneHurlocker law firm, has been elected to a second term on the Board of the Maryland, District of Columbia and Virginia Solar Energy Industry Association, association executive director Dana Sleeper announced recently. Hurlocker joined the MDV-SEIA Board of Directors...

Yesterday’s Richmond Times Dispatch included a front page article on solar energy development in Virginia. Compared to some nearby states, Virginia remains behind the curve in solar development. Our clients and our friends in the Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia Solar Energy Industries Association are...

With the final regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan expected by the end of the summer, along with recent legislative initiatives and the economic realities of solar and other forms of renewable energy, Virginia’s renewable energy industry continues to grow.  We noticed...

On May 6, 2015, the Virginia State Corporation Commission (the “SCC”) issued an Order for Notice and Hearing (the “Order”) responding to Appalachian Power’s (“APCo”) application requesting approval for a voluntary program pursuant to which a non-residential customer can purchase renewable energy generated by a...

On April 17, 2015, Appalachian Power (“APCo”) filed an application with the Virginia State Corporation Commission requesting approval for a voluntary program pursuant to which a non-residential customer can purchase renewable energy generated by a facility, located on or adjacent to its metered property, that...