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Dominion Generated 50% of its Electric Output from Carbon-free Sources in 2013

August 2014 - Dominion, a producer, transporter, and retail energy provider in 10 U.S. states, has indicated that 50 percent of the electricity it produced from its fleet of power stations in 2013 came from carbon-free nuclear and renewable energy. Moreover, the company's generation fleet experienced a 24 percent reduction in carbon intensity from 2009 to 2013. In 2013, Dominion added more than 200 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy capacity—enough to power 50,000 homes. In addition, Dominion reports a 33 percent increase in customer participation in Dominion Virginia Power's Green Power program.

Press Release - Half Of Dominion's Electric Output In 2013 Generated From Carbon-free Sources, New Report Says

Dominion Contact: Ryan Frazier, 804-819-2521

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