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On Thursday, the State Corporation Commission issued two decisions that will impact the availability of 100% renewable electric energy in Dominion’s service territory.   In Case No. PUR-2019-00094, the Commission approved Dominion’s 100% renewable tariff, Rider TRG. Under Rider TRG, customers with a peak demand of less...

In a Final Order granting a declaratory judgment petition field by Constellation NewEnergy, the Virginia State Corporation Commission held that: (1) electricity generated by a pumped storage hydroelectricity facility is “renewable energy” under Section 56-576 the Code of Virginia; and (2) the revised definition of...

You’ve probably seen reports on TV, various websites, or billboards warning against telephone scams, including where a caller targets utility customers and threatens to shut off their electricity within hours if they don’t make a payment. We now have a first-hand account from one of...

Laura Musick of GreeneHurlocker explains which employers must comply under recent Federal laws enacted in response to COVID-19. Specifics of paid leave for eligible employees are found in the Families First Corona Virus Response Act, the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family...

Laura Musick of GreeneHurlocker explains what employees can expect under recent Federal laws enacted in response to COVID-19. Specifics of paid leave for eligible employees are found in the Families First Corona Virus Response Act, the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family...

As the impacts of the COVID-19 virus spread and more businesses begin slowing or ceasing operations, some by government order, others voluntarily, many businesses are left wondering whether their contracts contain any avenue to excuse their non-performance during the emergency. Most turn immediately to the...