Dominion’s carbon intensity rate drops by 28 percent in six years

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In its eighth annual Citizenship & Sustainability Report (CSR) released last Thursday, Dominion says the company's carbon intensity rate – carbon emissions per unit of electric output from its generating fleet – declined by 28 percent from 2008 to 2014. Over the same period, the company's total equivalent carbon dioxide emissions, which include carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrogen oxides, have been reduced by about 37 percent.

The comprehensive CSR highlights Dominion's 2014 social, economic and environmental performance and progress.  It is available online at www.dominioncsr.com.

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