As a part of the move to cleaner sources of energy, Bremo Power Station stopped burning coal to create electricity in 2014. Over the past few years we have been working with state and federal regulators to responsibly close coal ash ponds on the property.
Protecting Surrounding Wildlife
We lend a hand in banding some peregrine falcon chicks that are nesting at one of our power stations.
Keeping Our Waterways Clean
Meet our power station biologists who have a passion for the outdoors and are committed to protecting the environment.
“Greg Searcy’s roots run deep in Fluvanna County where he is manager of the Bremo Power Station. Greg provides another valuable service to the community through education. He coordinates tours of the station for elementary and high school students and other community groups.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some FAQs about our Coal Ash Pond Management & Closures