Dominion Energy customers in Virginia will soon receive checks or loans on their accounts. The return is the result of a $ 330 million settlement between the Richmond-based energy company and the State Corporation Commission last November after a financial review found that Dominion had overpaid $ 1.1 billion.
Dominion Energy customers in Virginia will soon receive checks or loans on their accounts.
The return is the result of a The estimate is $ 330 million between an energy company from Richmond and the State Corporation Commission (SCC) last November after a financial review found that Dominion had overpaid $ 1.1 billion.
The average customer is expected to save 90 cents a month and will return about $ 67 over the next two years.
Del Sujas Subramaniam, D-Laudan, said in a press release that the refund was made possible by the adoption of the Consumer Protection Act in 2020, a bill he sponsored.
“Virginia’s farms themselves, which currently pay some of the highest electricity bills in the country, are finally getting some relief after being overstated by $ 1.1 billion since 2017,” Subramaniam said.
Check your mailboxes, Virginia! I am proud to have carried the HB528, which opened the door for SCC to order a $ 330 million Dominion return for payers. As the return goes across the state, I am willing to continue to ensure that payers always receive a fair price. pic.twitter.com/PguikiHyA1
– Delegate Suhas Subramanyam (@SuhasforVA) February 17, 2022
Subromania called on Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin and his colleagues in the General Assembly to push for public service reform to “ensure a fair public service system and affordable electricity bills for all in the Commonwealth.”
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