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Regulators approve rate adjustments for Dominion Virginia Power, lowering monthly bill

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RICHMOND, Virginia — Customers of Dominion Virginia Power will see their monthly electric bills decline April 1 as a result of state regulatory actions involving five cases.

The State Corporation Commission said Thursday the combined impact of the orders will lower by $6.47 the average monthly bill of a residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours.

That translates to a monthly electric bill of $109.48.

Dominion is the largest utility in Virginia.

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