The number of Virginia fatalities related to the weekend’s severe storms has climbed to 11, Gov. Bob McDonnel”s office said Tuesday.
After a colossal storm Friday crushed the area, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power throughout the weekend and let alone to withstand blistering heat, local power companies have been working overtime to restore basic needs to its customers, but there are still many people affected. Find out if your expected to be at work BEFORE you leave the house.
More than two days after storms pummeled the mid-Atlantic region, hundreds of thousands of people are still in the dark.
Virginia regulators would like the opinion of the general public on Dominion Power’s plan to build new electric transmission lines in Loudoun County. In the near future they will be holding public hearings in Leesburg and Richmond.
Dominion Resources’ charitable foundation is offering $1.3 million in education grants to students learning environment and energy-related subjects.
Energy provider Dominion Virginia Power is looking at sites in Chesterfield and Brunswick counties for a new power plant in Virginia.