Press

Sun Tribe is committed to working with the press to navigate the fast-growing and complicated renewable energy landscape. If you’re interested in learning more about Sun Tribe or speaking with a company expert, contact:

Rob Corradi
Public Affairs Manager
Phone: 410-212-5483
Email: [email protected]

News

Latest News

  • Bloomberg

    Bloomberg looks into how solar can help “turn environmental foes into friends,” including Sun Tribe’s innovative work in Wise County, Virginia.

  • The Washington Post

    The Washington Post explores the momentum around solar in Virginia Schools, highlighting Sun Tribe projects in Middlesex and Arlington Counties

  • Energy News Network

    Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth McGowan does a deep dive into Sun Tribe’s “commitment to inclusivity as they expand Virginia’s solar community.”

  • SunCast

    National podcast host Nico Johnson calls Sun Tribe a “fast-paced market leader” and sits down with Chief Strategy Officer Devin Welch to discuss the future of solar.

  • Greentech Media

    Greentech Media says there are “big things ahead for Virginia” as Sun Tribe Solar expands into utility-scale development.

  • Virginia Mercury

    Sun Tribe’s Chief Strategy Officer Devin Welch: renewable energy can continue to create jobs in Virginia, if the General Assembly takes action.

  • Solar Magazine

    Sun Tribe’s leadership is featured as Solar Magazine declares: “The Switch to Solar at Coal Power Plants and Mines is On”

  • NBC29

    NBC29 covers the graduation of Sun Tribe’s first GO Solar class – a workforce development partnership with the City of Charlottesville.

  • Virginia Gazette

    Working with Sun Tribe Solar, King William County Public Schools embraces a “go-green approach” and saves millions of taxpayer dollars.

  • Energy News Network

    Sun Tribe is powering the 21st century: first-ever Virginia abandoned mine land solar conversion will support job-creating data center

  • WUSA9

    See how solar and a partnership with Sun Tribe is going to save Arlington County Public Schools $4 million.

  • CBS19

    Take a look at how Sun Tribe partnered with the Tom Tom Festival and the Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative on Charlottesville’s newest piece of public art.

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