Dominion's long-term plan includes more natural gas, solar

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Dominion Energy Virginia said Tuesday that it plans to build at least eight new natural gas-fired plants during the next 15 years, cementing its shift away from coal, while depending on renewables for less than 10 percent of its energy capacity.

Virginia's largest utility described how it will generate power to comply with regulations and meet customer needs between 2019 and 2033 in a regulatory filing called an integrated resource plan.

Dominion plans to increase solar generation by nearly 50 percent over last year's forecast, a change made possible in part because of the...


Reader Comments(0)