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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...

The Virginia Senate Commerce & Labor Committee rejected two bills on February 24, 2019 that would have allowed customers of Dominion Virginia Energy and Appalachian Power Company greater access to purchase renewable energy from an entity other than their electric utility. Customers and competitive service...

The Virginia Clean Economy Act (HB 1526) would replace Virginia’s voluntary renewable portfolio standard with a mandatory renewable content requirement for electricity sales that will scale up to require 100% of electricity sold in Virginia to come from renewable sources by 2050. A report by...

The Virginia State Corporation Commission (the “Commission”) denied Dominion Energy Virginia’s (“Dominion”) July 16, 2019 petitions for declaratory judgment in Case Numbers PUR-2019-00117 and PUR-2019-00118 by Final Order on September 18, 2019. Dominion’s petitions sought to have the Commission standardize “around the clock,” “control of...

On Wednesday, April 10, the TomTom Festival and Summit will hold its Renewable Energy Day in Charlottesville, Virginia, during the six day-long series of panels, speakers, podcasts, performances, parties and other notable goings about art, community, food, music, creative and entrepreneurial ecosystems, and innovation. We’re...

On January 7, the State Corporation Commission (“SCC” or “Commission”) approved a request by Appalachian Power Company (“APCo”) to offer a 100% renewable energy tariff to its customers. The APCo proposal, designated Rider WWS, would include energy generated at several wind and hydroelectric facilities that...