Virginia Inland Port now 100% powered by solar

The cost to use solar-only power at the Virginia Inland Port adds up to 15 cents per kilowatt hour, or about $10,000 a year — a price worth paying in the interest of sustainability, says Port of Virginia spokesman Joe Harris. Port of Virginia

The Virginia Port Authority plans to become carbon-neutral by 2040, and getting there includes fulfilling all the Port of Virginia’s marine terminals’ electricity needs through clean energy resources.


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