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Dominion has acquired a solar energy development project in Georgia from Smart Energy Capital and Jacoby Development. The Azalea Solar Power Facility, located near Augusta, is planned to produce approximately 7.7 MW using photovoltaic technology.

Dominion says it will select a contractor and oversee the construction of the project, which is scheduled to begin commercial operation late this year. The solar project has a long-term power purchase agreement with Cobb Electric Membership Corp., a local electric cooperative.


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