Recent news from around the region
Dominion Energy Fires Up Greensville County Power Station
Greensville County Power Station has officially joined Dominion Energy Virginia’s fleet of clean, safe and efficient natural gas-fueled electric generating units.
Dominion Energy Recognized as National Leader In Management Practices, Military Friendly Policies
Dominion Energy is being recognized as one of the most effectively managed companies in the U.S. and for its longstanding commitment to veterans and their families.
Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods Partner to Transform the Future of Sustainable Energy
Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods, Inc. are joining forces in an historic initiative to transform the future of sustainable energy and agriculture.
EnergyShare to weatherize 100 homes for 100 veterans
Dominion Energy is building on its partnership with the Department of Veterans Services to launch a new “100 Homes for 100 Veterans” EnergyShare initiative.
Governor Northam Announces Amazon Selects Virginia for Major New Corporate Headquarters
Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Amazon, Inc. will invest approximately $2.5 billion to establish a major new headquarters in Virginia.
Dominion Energy Moving Swiftly Toward Renewable Energy Goal
Dominion Energy Virginia is moving forward on clean energy projects, from sources such as solar and wind, to meet its commitment of 3,000 megawatts of renewable energy in operation or under development by 2022.
Renewal Of Surry License Will Secure Clean Energy And Economic Prosperity In Hampton Roads
Dominion Energy today filed an application with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to renew Surry Power Station’s operating licenses for an additional 20-year term.
Governor Northam Announces Facebook to Invest $750 Million in Henrico County
Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Facebook will invest an additional $750 million to expand its data center in Henrico County.
Governor Northam Announces Major Investment in Micron’s Semiconductor Manufacturing Facility in Manassas
Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Micron Technology, Inc. will invest $3 billion to increase memory production in the City of Manassas.