The Virginia General Assembly unanimously elected two attorneys to fill two vacancies on the Virginia State Corporation Commission on Wednesday, after more than a year of understaffing and partisan battles.
New projects could power 200,000 homes
Dominion Energy is pitching the State Corporation Commission on several solar projects that could generate enough carbon-free electricity to power nearly 200,000 homes. The projects, presented in the Fortune 500
Projects could power 200,000 homes at peak
Dominion Energy Virginia has proposed 23 new solar and energy storage projects that could power more than 200,000 Virginia homes at peak output. The utility provider proposed the projects in
9.35% rate of return set, along with $50M in annual rate reductions
The State Corporation Commission approved a settlement with Dominion Energy Virginia in which the Richmond-based utility will refund customers $330 million and reduce rates annually by $50 million, the SCC
Will fill occupancy left by former chair, Mark Christie
Former Deputy Secretary of Commerce and Trade Angela Navarro will be appointed to fill the State Corporation Commission’s open commissioner slot, Gov. Ralph Northam said Wednesday. An attorney, Navarro is
Victoria I. Savoy joins new state-based health insurance exchange
The State Corporation Commission (SCC) announced Monday it has appointed Victoria I. Savoy to direct the Virginia Health Benefit Exchange — a new state-based health insurance exchange for individuals and small
Residential, business customers will have extended payment plans with no late fees.
The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) announced Friday it has extended the moratorium on service disconnections for electricity, natural gas, water and sewer utilities customers until Aug. 31. The SCC
First African American named to judicial seat
Jehmal Hudson, who held several roles at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and served as a law clerk for then-Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, was appointed to the Virginia State Corporation
State Corporation Commission will delay disconnects until June 14.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the Virginia State Corporation Commission has extended the ban on utilities disconnecting electricity, water, sewer and gas services until June 14. “While we fervently
State rejects "proposed heavy costs to customers without adequate benefits."
UPDATED MARCH 27, 10 A.M. The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) on Thursday put the brakes on a major portion of Dominion Energy Inc.’s proposed $7 billion, 10-year plan for