Dominion Energy rewards Virginia political allies with bipartisan, off-year campaign contributions in 2020
Utility boosted friendly state legislators, despite none facing re-election this year, while executives and lobbyists supported Richmond stalwarts in city races
In the states and federally, utility maintains focus on GOP – amid potential shifts in North Carolina, US Senate control – coupled with hard-to-trace campaign finance entities
Virginia budget amendments may allow Dominion Energy to pass COVID debt forgiveness costs on to ratepayers later
Advanced by House and Senate appropriators who have accepted over $2 million from the utility, amendments quash proposal to use $320 million in Dominion over-earnings to forgive ratepayers’ arrears during...
Pollution Payday: analysis of executive compensation and incentives of the largest U.S. investor-owned utilities
While the coronavirus pandemic has devastated the U.S. economy, leaving millions of Americans struggling to afford their utility bills, the top executives for those utilities continue breaking their own records...
Google ads appear as Duke Energy, Southern Company advocate for more limited regional exchange, and following anti-RTO Facebook ads from dark money group
Thousands remain without electricity, gas, or water during crisis
Key Points: Duke Energy released a new climate report describing potential pathways to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Its main scenario relies heavily on fossil gas expansion, offsets, and...
Utility enters testimony that contradicts emissions commitments, dodges questions about climate preparedness while seeking to recover grid costs.
The utility joins wave of peer companies setting new emissions targets - but stops short of meaningful fossil fuel curtailment.
Dominion Energy spent record-breaking sum in Virginia election to bolster embattled Republicans and legislative allies
Utility and its executives supported allies in both parties, but spent on Republicans in key battleground races