This is Our Home
Nancy Bulkeley, Dominion Energy senior community affairs representative (third from left) presents representatives of the Sea Research Foundation with a $10,000 grant for a conservation action series that the foundation offers.
In 2016, Millstone Power Station provided community grants totaling $447,000.
Employees unload their tools and equipment to help out the CT Human Society in Waterford, CT as part of Our Energize Our Community program.
Dominion Energy employees build a dog agility course at the CT Humane Society.
Kathie Cassidy, Dominion Energy employee at Millstone, spruces up the dog agility course equipment at the CT Human Society.
Dominion Energy employees weed the fence line at Fresh New London, a community garden, as part of Our Energize Our Community program.
Our employees volunteered 5,346 hours in our community.
We support many organizations through environmental programs, education, health and human services, arts and culture.
Millstone Power Station supports nearly 4,000 jobs in Connecticut and we are proud to call this community our home. From volunteering at local food banks to rebuilding outdoor trails, our employees are always energizing the communities where they live and work. In addition, many of our Millstone colleagues are active leaders in their communities, serving on boards of non-profits, mentoring young people and leading community civic activities.
With the assistance of Dominion Energy’s charitable giving arm, the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, critical community needs are also addressed each year in Connecticut. The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation awards grants to nonprofits that support housing and shelter, access to medical services, and increased food security.