Dominion Energy To Pay $13.2M To Resolve Clean Air Act Violations

Dominion Energy To Pay $13.2M To Resolve Clean Air Act Violations

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Dominion Energy Inc. and the federal government on April 1 entered into a proposed consent decree in Illinois federal court in which the company agreed to pay $3.4 million in civil penalties and spend $9.8 million on environmental mitigation projects to resolve claims that emissions from three of its coal-fired power plants violated the Clean Air Act (CAA) (United States of America v. Dominion Energy Inc., et al., No. 13-cv-3086-SEM-BGC, C.D. Ill.).

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