VA - Power bills have dropped since Dominion took over SCE&G. But protesters say beware.

At Dominion's Shareholder Meeting, the company celebrated cutting power bills, but protesters raised the issue of the costs that aren't being counted.

David Backer [Mothers Out Front Volunteer], a Massachusetts resident and Dominion stockholder, said Thursday’s comments by Farrell weren’t surprising. He said Farrell did a good job of emphasizing strides the company has made, but didn’t say much about the challenges faced by Dominion Energy.

The company should be able to stop or offset all air pollution in future years, but says it will only do so by 80 percent, said Backer, who voiced his concerns during the stockholders’ meeting.

“Yes, they are investing in solar, for instance, and they have a story to tell,’’ Backer said. “But I think it covers up a lot of things behind the scenes. I have heard this before.’’

 

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