Dominion Energy, manufacturers urge Virginia to scrap RGGI regulation

Published 22:01 on November 2, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:01 on November 2, 2022  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

Utility Dominion Energy and manufacturing companies are advocating Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin’s (R) administration to rescind its RGGI-linked cap-and-trade regulation, arguing that the programme is ineffective at reducing regional emissions and imposes a steep cost burden, according to public comments.

Utility Dominion Energy and manufacturing companies are advocating Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin’s (R) administration to rescind the RGGI-linked cap-and-trade regulation, arguing that the programme is ineffective at reducing regional emissions and imposes a steep cost burden, according to public comments.

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