Powering the Future
Imagine creating new jobs, maintaining cleaner air, and providing lower prices to heat and power homes and businesses. Imagine using domestic and abundant resources of natural gas for underserved areas.
This is the basis for Atlantic proposing to build the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP). Atlantic is the company formed by four major, regionally based energy companies; Dominion, Duke energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and AGL Resources to develop, construct and operate ACP. View our fact book, "Powering the Future."
Being active corporate citizens in the communities in West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, Dominion and its employees strive to enhance communities where we live, work and play.
At every step of the way we are committed to listening and collaborating with our community and landowners. Here are some of their powerful, personal stories of collaboration.
Nature Conservancy in WV, VA, NC
Gift of $1.1 million from Dominion to advance conservation work in West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina. The funds were split among three Conservancy preserves: Bear Rocks Preserve, West Virginia: Warm Springs Mountain Preserve, Virginia; and Nags Head Woods Preserve, North Carolina.
James River Expedition
Grant of $50,000 from Dominion to help students and teachers participate in a "Floating Classroom" organized by the James River Association. Students participated in a variety of activities related to water quality and biological monitoring. (Learn more about the James River Expedition.)
Paul D. Camp Community College
Grant of $30,000 from Dominion to create robotics and mechatronics laboratory to support the electronics department and two new program offerings in robotic engineering and mechatronics.