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Virginia’s first offshore wind turbines have become a haven for marine life

The Virginian-Pilot | Oct 14, 2021

In the Atlantic, about 27 miles off the Virginia Beach coast, schools of fish congregate around what looks like a large cylinder covered in algae. Mussels glom onto the structure. Even the occasional sea turtle or giant ocean sunfish pays a visit. The source of this bustling underwater scene is somewhat unlikely — a wind turbine.

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Opinion: Dominion, labor cooperation produces broad benefit

Daily Press | Oct 11, 2021

Dominion Energy and skilled labor are working hand-in-glove to make this project — and its associated customer, environmental and economic benefits — possible.

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Jen A. Kiggans and Terry G. Kilgore column: Offshore wind development is a win for all Virginians

Richmond Times Dispatch | Oct 02, 2021

Virginia state Sen. Jen Kiggans (R-Virginia Beach) and Del. Terry Kilgore (R-Scott) said Dominion Energy’s Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) project is an undertaking comparable to US Route 58, “a critical infrastructure investment that has benefited generations of Virginians on both ends of the state.”

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Off-shore wind farms provide promising roadmap for more clean energy

Today Show | Sep 19, 2021

A large-scale, pollution-free wind power plant off the coast of Virginia could become a model for generating clean energy.

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Dominion Energy, Trade Unions Partner on Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Project

North American Wind Power | Sep 17, 2021

Dominion Energy will work collaboratively with NABTU and its affiliates on tripartite discussions with CVOW suppliers to promote project labor agreements to maximize union labor performance of the onshore electrical infrastructure work, turbine pre-assembly work, and offshore work.

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