Dominion Energy argues RGGI allowance approach is “prudent” as it carries short position into Q2

Published 15:56 on April 14, 2021  /  Last updated at 16:25 on April 14, 2021  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

Virginia utility Dominion Energy backed its auction-focused approach to RGGI compliance amid criticism about failing to account for long-term CO2 abatement trends, while the company disclosed it held a small shortage in the regional power sector carbon market through Q1, according to public documents.

Virginia utility Dominion Energy backed its auction-focused approach to RGGI compliance amid criticism about failing to account for long-term CO2 abatement trends, while the company disclosed it held a small shortage in the regional power sector carbon market through Q1, according to public documents.

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