Virginia Data Center Reform Coalition

This growing coalition is currently made up of 27 environmental, conservation, historic preservation, and climate advocacy groups, as well as representatives of communities and neighborhoods across the state of Virginia.

Together, we are urging state lawmakers to study the cumulative effects of data center development on Virginia’s electrical grid, water resources, air quality, and land conservation efforts, and to institute several common-sense regulatory and rate-making reforms for the industry.

Numerous bills have been introduced in the 2024 General Assembly session thanks to the work of this collaboration in spreading the word, mobilizing public support, and working directly with elected officials to draft the legislation. We invite you to take action in supporting their passage.

Members

American Battlefield Trust
Chesapeake Bay Program
Chesapeake Legal Alliance
Citizens for Fauquier County
Clean Virginia
Coalition for Smarter Growth
The Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks
Coalition to Protect Prince William County
Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions
Friends of the Rappahannock
Goose Creek Association
Henrico Conservation Action Network
HOA Roundtable
The Journey Through Hallowed Ground
Loudoun Climate Project
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy
Manassas Battlefield Trust
National Parks Conservation Association
The Piedmont Environmental Council
Preservation Virginia
Prince William Conservation Alliance
Protect Catlett
Protect Fauquier
Sierra Club Virginia Chapter
Southern Environmental Law Center
Virginia Clinicians for Climate Action
Virginia Conservation Network
Virginia League of Conservation Voters
Virginia Native Plant Society
Virginia Piedmont Heritage Area
…and more, including 20+ HOA and community representatives

Data Center Reform Coalition Press Conference

Contact

Julie Bolthouse, Director of Land Use, Piedmont Environmental Council
jbolthouse@pecva.org; 571-442-4068.

Kyle Hart, Mid Atlantic Program Manager, National Parks Conservation Association
khart@npca.org; 202-400-1193