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Dominion Virginia to expand C&I solar options

As utilities continue to rethink their willingness to work with customers on green power options, Dominion Energy Virginia on Sept. 6 announced a new community solar program focused on business and residential customers and plans to expand its renewable energy offerings more broadly over the next ye Read More...

Dominion Energy’s RE proposal rejected

State regulators in Virginia rejected Dominion Energy’s plan to offer 100 percent renewable energy plans to its big customers, saying the electric monopoly’s proposal isn’t fair or reasonable.The Associated Press reported that the State Corporation Commission issued a ruling on May Read More...

Dominon Energy solicits bids for RE projects

A Virginia-based electric utility announced Oct. 25 that it is seeking bids for up to 500 MW of solar and onshore wind generation in the form of either power purchase agreements or the purchase of development projects.Under Virginia's new Grid Transformation and Security Act, which became law on Jul Read More...

Smithfield Foods harnesses hog power

Smithfield Foods, Inc. and Dominion Energy announced a joint venture called Align Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)℠ that will capture methane emissions from hog farms and convert them into clean renewable energy for residential home heating and power for local businesses and supporting state green Read More...

Costco denied aggregation in Virginia

Virginia regulators on May 30 denied Costco’s request to buy electricity generated by someone besides Dominion Energy, the state's largest electric monopoly. Costco had requested to aggregate its stores' total electric usage to meet the threshold needed under state law in order to buy its Read More...

It’s time for Virginia to power a clean energy future

Salesforce is calling on Virginia’s utilities, regulators, and lawmakers to prioritize clean energy in their policymaking and grid-planning activities. Today, approximately 70 percent of the world’s internet traffic flows through data centers in Virginia. It takes a tremendous Read More...

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