Dominion Virginia Power
Utility companies in Maryland, Virginia and the District are in full preparation mode for the approaching winter storm that is expected to dump up to a foot of snow in the D.C. metro area.
Have you ever wondered how power lines get fixed in remote locations not easily accessible by a vehicle?
Thousands in Virginia are without power as former Hurricane Sandy moves away from the state.
Dominion Virginia Power estimates up to 1 million customers could lose power over the next few days as Hurricane Sandy barrels by Virginia.
Dominion Virginia Power is warning customers about a nationwide scam involving an offer to pay their utility bills through a federal program.
Dominion Virginia Power customers across the state will see their bills increase because its new power plant in southwest Virginia is now up and running.
More than 276,000 electricity customers across Virginia have no service as crews work to repair power lines and equipment damaged by severe storms. Dominion Power is championing the slogan: “Our boots don’t come off until your lights are back on.”
Bad weather means many in the Washington area are in the dark. Track outages near you.
Dominion Virginia Power is asking state regulators to lower what the utility charges customers to recover its fuel costs.
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