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Data Centers in Loudoun: Free Webinar March 4; Critical Public Hearing March 13

Data Centers in Loudoun: Free Webinar March 4; Critical Public Hearing March 13

Loudoun County is known as the “data center capital of the world” for good reason: there are more data centers …
Bills and Budget Amendments Post-Crossover

Bills and Budget Amendments Post-Crossover

Now at crossover, some notable progress has been made on a few key priorities of the environmental community …
Reshaping the Future of Farm to Table: Expanding Local Meat Processing Capacity in Virginia

Reshaping the Future of Farm to Table: Expanding Local Meat Processing Capacity in Virginia

This video tells the story of partners coming together to give small Virginia producers more options to process meat products …
2024 Charlottesville/Albemarle Active Mobility Summit

2024 Charlottesville/Albemarle Active Mobility Summit

The fourth annual Charlottesville / Albemarle Active Mobility Summit invites you to join other residents and partner organizations for a …
Initial Transmission Proposals - PEC Web Map

Initial Transmission Proposals – PEC Web Map

Transmission line proposals to serve the explosive growth of data centers in Virginia over the past few years have begun …
Hidden Costs of the Cloud: Data Centers in Virginia

Data Centers & Energy Demand

Virginia is undergoing a massive economic, technological, and environmental transformation, all centered around the activities of one industry: data centers …

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Where We Work

Our staff cover nine counties and one city in Virginia’s northern Piedmont region: Albemarle, Charlottesville, Clarke, Culpeper, Fauquier, Greene, Loudoun, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock.

Focus Areas

The Piedmont Environmental Council strives to make the Virginia Piedmont a model and leader on conservation, restoration, smart growth and climate action.

Contact Us

We have offices and staff throughout our nine-county region – email, give us a call or plan to stop by!

Warrenton Office

45 Horner Street
Warrenton, Virginia 20186
540.347.2334 

Charlottesville Office

410 East Water Street, Suite 700
Charlottesville, VA 22902
434.977.2033

Orange Office

11395 Constitution Highway
PO Box 195 
Montpelier Station, VA 22957