Dominion Virginia Power says it will spend $4 billion over three years to improve and expand its ability to provide reliable electric service to its customers.
To keep up with growing demand for electricity, the company is adding new gas-fired generating units and a hybrid coal station, in addition to other renewable power sources. Major environmental improvements also have been made to older stations to reduce their emissions, according to Dominion Virginia Power.
The company has committed to meeting Virginia's goal of sourcing 15% of its electricity production from renewable sources in 2025 and to reducing the growth in customer demand for electricity by 10% over the next 12 years.
SOURCE: Dominion Virginia Power