Electric Delivery Electronic Bulletin Board (EBB)

This EBB is used by Dominion Energy Virginia/Dominion Energy North Carolina's electric distribution division for the following purposes:

  1. Provide Dominion Energy Virginia/Dominion Energy North Carolina's functionally separate Generation division and/or its affiliated competitive service provider (ACSP) (currently, Dominion Energy Solutions, Inc., formerly known as Dominion Retail, Inc.) with Operational Information related to electricity on its system;
  2. Report disclosure of Operational Information by Dominion Energy Virginia/Dominion Energy North Carolina Operational Employees to the functionally separate Generation division and/or the ACSP, if such information previously has not been publicly disseminated; and
  3. Report emergency conditions that have resulted in a deviation from the Virginia electric codes of conduct.

Information posted on this EBB may be reviewed by the public, but only Dominion Energy Virginia/Dominion Energy North Carolina's electric distribution division or its designee may post information on it. Dominion Energy Virginia/Dominion Energy North Carolina's posting procedures can be found on Dominion Energy's Law Department intranet website. For inquiries concerning matters posted on this page, send us an email.


Posts

The Emergency deviation from the Virginia Functional Separation Code of Conduct and Internal Controls for Hurricane Michael preparation and restoration efforts, as reported on October 12, 2018, has ended.
Date Posted: October 19, 2018
Due to emergency conditions arising from Hurricane Michael in Virginia Electric and Power Company’s service territory, Virginia Electric and Power Company (the Company) is declaring an emergency deviation from the Virginia Functional Separation Code of Conduct (Code of Conduct) and Internal Controls, to the extent necessary for power restoration efforts. An emergency deviation from the Code of conduct and Internal Controls is necessary to allow employees of the Company’s Generation Business Unit to assist electric distribution and customer service with service restoration efforts. These employees may be given access to storm centers and other Electric Delivery operational areas and information as needed to perform these emergency functions.
Date Posted: October 12, 2018
The Emergency deviation from the Virginia Functional Separation Code of Conduct and Internal Controls for Hurricane Florence preparation and restoration efforts, as reported in the September 10, 2018, has ended.
Date Posted: September 19, 2018
Due to anticipated emergency conditions arising from Hurricane Florence in Virginia Electric and Power Company’s service territory, Virginia Electric and Power Company (the Company) is declaring an emergency deviation from the Virginia Functional Separation Code of Conduct (Code of Conduct) and Internal Controls, to the extent necessary for power restoration efforts. An emergency deviation from the Code of conduct and Internal Controls is necessary to allow employees of the Company’s Generation Business Unit to assist electric distribution and customer service with service restoration efforts. These employees may be given access to storm centers and other Electric Delivery operational areas and information as needed to perform these emergency functions.
Date Posted: September 10, 2018
The emergency deviation from the Virginia Functional Separation Code of Conduct and Internal Controls for wind storm restoration efforts, as reported in the posting on March 2, 2018, has ended.
Date Posted: March 8, 2018
Due to the strong and sustained wind gusts in Virginia Electric and Power Company’s service territory, Virginia Electric and Power Company (the Company) is declaring an emergency deviation from the Virginia Functional Separation Code of Conduct (Code of Conduct) and Internal Controls, to the extent necessary for power restoration efforts. An emergency deviation from the Code of conduct and Internal Controls is necessary to allow employees of the Company’s Generation Business Unit to assist electric distribution and customer service with service restoration efforts. These employees may be given access to storm centers and other Electric Delivery operational areas and information as needed to perform these emergency functions.
Date Posted: March 2, 2018