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Editorial: Powered by wind and solar, Hampton Roads can be a clean-energy hub

The Virginian-Pilot | Jul 18, 2023

Partly because of location but also because enough key players have been looking toward the future, Hampton Roads is poised to be on the leading edge of that coming shift to cleaner, more sustainable energy — and will benefit economically as a result.

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A gust of new jobs

Virginia Business | Apr 27, 2023

TCC’s expansion is part of a larger effort by businesses, government officials, economic development groups and educators to prepare for an expected increase in demand for an array of skilled and unskilled workers. Dominion estimates a boost in everything from engineering specialists to carpenters, HVAC technicians and tug operators beginning this year and lasting through 2026.

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Offshore wind isn’t to blame for whale deaths. Developers plan to keep it that way

Energy News Network | Mar 20, 2023

As Dominion Energy prepares to build its 2.6-gigawatt Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project, the company is working with federal agencies and marine life advocates to ensure it doesn’t harm the vulnerable North Atlantic right whale.

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Women in Hampton Roads working on offshore wind project celebrate Women In Construction Week

WTKR | Mar 09, 2023

According to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women hold less than 11% of all jobs in the construction industry. But when it comes to Dominion Energy's Offshore Wind Project, it is women who are ensuring the project is well-organized and stays on track.

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Virginia Beach students brighten silent nights with display powered by solar panels, wind turbine

The Virginian-Pilot | Dec 21, 2022

The project is part of a partnership with the environmental studies program and WINDSdays, a group formed by the Virginia Beach Offshore and Clean Energy Commission to educate the public about the 27 miles of offshore wind turbines being constructed by Dominion Energy.

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