Region closes in on becoming offshore wind hub
Hampton Roads is on the cusp of becoming a supply chain hub for the thousands of components used to construct the massive turbines that will propel offshore wind farms being
Company's progress on electric vehicles lauded
Volkswagen Group, with its North American operations based in Herndon, was named this week to Time magazine’s inaugural 100 Most Influential Companies list, receiving accolades for its move into electric automobiles.
Utility cites gas business sale, working from home as reasons
Dominion Energy Inc. no longer plans to pursue a second office tower in downtown Richmond. Last week, the Richmond-based utility notified the city that it no longer plans to pursue
Department of Energy contract focused on cleanup of Ohio uranium enrichment plant
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a contract extension to Lynchburg-based nuclear components and fuel supplier BWX Technologies Inc. (BWXT) worth up to $690 million, the company announced today.
Richmond-based Fortune 500 utility’s longtime leader was battling cancer
Thomas F. Farrell II, the longtime chairman, president and CEO of Dominion Energy Inc., died Friday, one day after retiring as the Richmond-based Fortune 500 utility’s executive chair and top
Richard Johnstone worked for association for 36 years
Richard G. Johnstone Jr. handed over the reins of the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives this week, retiring after 36 years. Johnstone served as president and CEO
Farrell has led Fortune 500 utility since 2006
After 14 years leading Richmond-based Dominion Energy Inc., Thomas F. Farrell II is retiring as the utility’s executive chairman, effective April 1, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings submitted
Farrell had served as Altria's board chairman since April 2020
Dominion Energy Inc. Executive Chair Thomas F. Farrell II is retiring from Altria Group Inc.’s board of directors, which he has chaired since April 2020. Farrell has served on the
Lynchburg company in running for prototype contract in 2022
Lynchburg-based BWXT Advanced Technologies LLC is one of two companies chosen to develop a final prototype design for a transportable advanced nuclear microreactor, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Monday.
Pru and Louis Ryan’s donation largest in organization’s history
The nonprofit Elizabeth River Project announced Thursday that it has received a major naming gift of $2.1 million from Norfolk’s Pru and Louis Ryan. The gift, the largest in the