Electronic Bulletin Boards
FERC Reports and Resources
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), an independent regulatory agency within the Department of Energy, features information on Regional Transmission Organization activities, bulk power markets, energy infrastructure activities and much more on their Website.
FERC is located at 888 First Street, N.E., Washington, D.C., and has regional offices located in Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Portland and San Francisco.
Wholesale Marketing Affiliates of Dominion Energy Virginia
- CID Solar, LLC
- Cottonwood Solar, LLC
- Bridgeport Fuel Cell, LLC
- Dominion Energy Generation Marketing, Inc.
- Dominion Energy Manchester Street, Inc.
- Dominion Energy Nuclear Connecticut, Inc.
- Dominion Energy Solutions, Inc.
- Dominion Energy Fairless, LLC
- Fowler Ridge Wind Farm LLC
- Imperial Valley Solar Company (IVSC) 2, LLC
- Mulberry Farm, LLC
- NedPower Mount Storm, LLC
- Pavant Solar LLC
- RE Camelot LLC
- RE Columbia Two LLC
- Selmer Farm, LLC
Dominion Energy Generation Marketing, Inc. Electronic Bulletin Board ("EBB")
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") requires that each entity that is affiliated with Dominion Energy Virginia and that has filed a rate schedule providing for sales of energy at wholesale at market-based rate authority (a "Wholesale Marketing Affiliate") must comply with the FERC Code of Conduct (Affiliate Restrictions). The FERC Code of Conduct regulations limit interactions between Dominion Energy Virginia and Wholesale Marketing Affiliates.
One of the requirements of the FERC Code of Conduct is that exchanges of market information between Dominion Energy Virginia, Dominion Energy North Carolina and the Wholesale Marketing Affiliate must be posted simultaneously on the EBB. Market information includes, but is not limited to, non-public information concerning unit status, outage information (scheduled or unscheduled), deratings, heat rates, start-up and other generation costs, fuel cost, fuel transportation, energy price information, available capacity, curtailment, and ancillary services.
This EBB contains the communications or exchange of market information that Dominion Energy Virginia and Dominion Energy North Carolina shared either directly or indirectly with the Wholesale Marketing Affiliates such as unit status information as a result of joint meetings (Station Tours) where a Wholesale Marketing Affiliate employee tours a Dominion Energy Power station.
Information posted on this EBB may be reviewed by the public, and will remain on this EBB site for a period of 90 days.
EBB - Information Posting
July 25, 2018
Pursuant to the requirements of FERC Order 697, the FERC Affiliate Restrictions, and Virginia and North Carolina Codes of Conduct, Dominion Energy publishes notice regarding the status of the following unit on July 25, 2018:
Brunswick County Power Station:
- GT-1A - Online
- GT-1B - Online
- GT-1C - Online
- STG - Online
July 12, 2018
Pursuant to the requirements of FERC Order 697, the FERC Affiliate Restrictions, and Virginia and North Carolina Codes of Conduct, Dominion Energy publishes notice regarding the status of the following unit on July 12, 2018:
Warren County Power Station:
- 1AGT - Online
- 1CGT - Online
- STG - Online
- IB - Offline
January 4, 2017