July 2016, SolUnesco secured site control of 758 acres. Due to engineering and local opposition, SolUnesco moved the project footprint and secured an additional 900 acres.
December of 2016, SolUnesco sold the project rights to Brookfield and executed a Development Services Agreement. SolUnesco retained day-to-day project development responsibilities including landowner relations, community relations, site diligence, local permitting, support of the interconnection process, and support for commercial offtake agreements.
May 2020, Brookfield sold the project to Virginia Electric Power company.