Electric Generation

Dominion's generating facilities produce approximately 24,900 megawatts of efficient electric power.

Our nuclear stations have attracted international attention for their innovative programs, achievements and efficiency. Our fossil-fueled power stations primarily use coal to generate electricity, but natural gas and oil are also used. We also have a number of Non-Utility Generation Stations that contribute to the generation portfolio. In addition, we use renewable energy to produce electricity, including wind, solar, biomass fuels, and water that powers our hydroelectric generating facilities.

Dominion Generation uses this variety of power stations to enhance our system's reliability. This guards against major problems that might be produced by economic, environmental or technical problems that could arise in a single area.

The following table lists our generating units. Links are provided to help you learn more about them. For net summer capabilities and total generation data, visit our SEC Filings page and view the most recent Form 10K. Also learn about the company's Integrated Resource Planning.

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Electric Generating Stations

Utility Generation

Station
Location
Primary Fuel Type

North AnnaMineral, VAUranium
SurrySurry, VAUranium
Mt. StormMt. Storm, WVCoal
Chesterfield (Units 3-6)Chester, VACoal
ChesapeakeChesapeake, VACoal
CloverClover, VACoal
Yorktown (Units 1, 2)Yorktown, VACoal
BremoBremo Bluff, VAGas
MecklenburgClarksville, VACoal
North BranchBayard, WVCoal
Virginia City Hybrid Energy CenterVirginia City, VACoal
Bear Garden CCBuckingham Co., VAGas
Remington CTRemington, VAGas
Possum Point CC (Unit 6)Dumfries, VAGas
Chesterfield CCChester, VAGas
Possum Point CC (Units 3, 4)Dumfries, VAGas
Elizabeth River CTChesapeake, VAGas
Ladysmith CTLadysmith, VAGas
Bellemeade CCRichmond, VAGas
Gordonsville CCGordonsville, VAGas
Rosemary CCRoanoke Rapids, NCGas
Gravel Neck CT (Units 3-6)Surry, VAGas
Darbytown CTRichmond, VAGas
Warren County
Warren Co., VAGas
Brunswick County (under construction)Brunswick Co., VAGas
Yorktown (Unit 3)Yorktown, VAOil
Chesapeake CTChesapeake, VAOil
Possum Point CTDumfries, VAOil
Northern Neck CTLively, VAOil
Low Moor CTCovington, VAOil
Bath CountyWarm Springs, VAWater
GastonRoanoke Rapids, NCWater
Roanoke RapidsRoanoke Rapids, NCWater
PittsylvaniaHurt, VABiomass
AltavistaAltavista, VA
Biomass
SouthamptonSouthampton, VA
Biomass
Hopewell
Hopewell, VA Biomass

Note: (CT) denotes combustion turbine and (CC) denotes combined cycle.

Merchant Generation

Station
Location
Primary Fuel Type

MillstoneWaterford, CTUranium
Kewaunee (shut down on May 7, 2013)Carlton, WIUranium
Fairless Works CCFairless Hills, PAGas
Manchester StreetProvidence, RIGas
Dominion Bridgeport Fuel CellBridgeport, CTGas
Azalea Solar Power FacilityAugusta, GASolar
California Solar Power Projects (under development)Various locations in CASolar
Indianapolis Solar Power ProjectsFranklin Township, INSolar
Somers Solar CenterSomers, CTSolar
Fowler Ridge Wind FarmBenton Co., INWind
NedPower Mount StormMt. Storm, WVWind

Note: (CT) denotes combustion turbine and (CC) denotes combined cycle.

Generation Technologies Assessment

The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has developed a Generation Technologies Assessment that provides an in-depth look at current technologies, what it takes to power a city, electricity sources, methods of generation, and technologies by region. A Generation Technology Reference Card (PDF file) also is available.