December 10, 2023

Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC)

Dominion Energy
Report Questions Dominion IRP’s Call for New Natural Gas Plants
A report funded by Chesapeake Climate Action Network questioned Dominion's plans for new natural gas in its pending IRP.
Costco Stays with Dominion, Va. Commission Rules
In a ruling that highlights rifts in Virginia’s electricity sector, the State Corporation Commission rejected Costco’s bid to buy power across state lines.
IPPs Challenge Dominion on Proposed Va. Generator
The challenge by P3 and EPSA is the first major test of a 2013 Virginia law requiring utilities to demonstrate that they have considered competitive bids.
PJM Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee Briefs
A round-up of news from the PJM Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee on Sept. 10, 2015.
Virginia Governor Signs Dominion Rate Freeze Bill
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed a bill last week that suspends the SCC’s reviews of Dominion Virginia Power’s base rates for the next seven years.
Bill Halting Dominion Rate Reviews Passes Va. Legislature
The Virginia General Assembly passed a bill that would temporarily suspend the State Corporation Commission’s review of Dominion Virginia Power’s rates.
Virginia Bill Would Halt SCC Reviews of Dominion Rates
A Virginia Senate subcommittee has passed a bill that would freeze Dominion Virginia Power customers’ base rates and bar state regulators from reviewing the utility’s revenue until after 2020.
Va. SCC Staff Blasts EPA Carbon Rule
The EPA’s proposed regulations on carbon emissions would increase electric bills and harm reliability, Virginia SCC staff members said.
SCC: Dominion IRP Lacks Analysis of Nuclear Plans
Virginia State Corporation Commission staff wants Dominion Virginia Power to conduct a risk analysis comparing reliance on natural gas-fired generation and constructing a third unit at its North Anna nuclear plant.
Will an Old Utility Learn New Tricks?
Dominion Virginia Power won the rights to develop 2,000 MW of offshore wind in federal waters. But due to high costs and state policies, the utility is making no promises.

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