Category Archives: Energy
In Final Week, Uncertainty Clouds Energy Bills
With adjournment less than a week away, the 2023 General Assembly is a mixed bag for electricity consumers, with the Assembly seeming to release control to regulators in some areas but continuing to assert its tight control in others. Dominion … Continue reading
Is Virginia Ready for Mandated Electric Vehicles?
In all of Virginia, Northern Virginia – with its urbanizing and wealthy population — is the place where electric vehicles are most likely to be popular. But will a population demanding choices support having no choice? That’s the requirement of a law passed … Continue reading
Youngkin Thwarts Dominion Push for Higher Profit
A Virginia House of Delegates committee has rebuffed Dominion Energy Virginia’s bid to change the rules on how much profit it can earn, setting up a confrontation with the utility and its allies in the Virginia Senate. Governor Glenn Youngkin … Continue reading
Will RGGI Tax Return to Your Dominion Bill?
The on again, off again, direct tax on your Dominion Energy Virginia bills to pay for the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) may be on again. If you feel like you are watching a shell game and just cannot find … Continue reading
Small Customers In Danger When Energy Elephants Dance
The Virginia House of Delegates is expected to vote this week to exempt certain Virginia manufacturers, which ones to be determined later, from the coming wave of energy costs created by Virginia’s rapid transition to unreliable forms of power generation. … Continue reading