Virginia’s Dominion plans higher renewables capacity ahead of RGGI linkage

Published 17:10 on May 4, 2020  /  Last updated at 17:36 on May 4, 2020  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

Dominion Energy intends to increase its wind and solar energy capacity as the company participates in the Northeast US RGGI cap-and-trade programme over the next decade, but the Virginia utility still plans to maintain natural gas-fired generation through the state’s 2045 deadline for decarbonising the grid, it said in a filing on Friday.

Dominion Energy intends to increase its wind and solar energy capacity as the company participates in the Northeast US RGGI cap-and-trade programme over the next decade, but the Virginia utility still plans to maintain natural gas-fired generation through the state’s 2045 deadline for decarbonising the grid, it said in a filing on Friday.

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