Fight Old Dominion Power’s rate hike!

Old Dominion Power (ODP) has proposed to the State Corporation Commission to increase electricity bills for a typical residential customer by $4.03 per month, representing a 3.76% increase in monthly bills for average residential customers.

According to ODP, this increase is necessary due to increases in forecasted coal and natural gas expenses.

But industry data shows that building renewable energy facilities is now cheaper than continuing to run existing coal plants, and energy efficiency is the cheapest method of providing Americans with electricity. Unfortunately, ODP only powers 1% of the electricity it produces from renewable resources, meaning they’re charging customers more money to continue to operate more expensive power plants.

Join us on May 23rd at 6pm and tell the ODP and the State Corporation Commission to invest in cheaper, cleaner resources in order to reduce costs for its customers.

State Corporation Commission hearing on ODP / KU electric rate increases
Thursday, May 23 @ 6 p.m.
City of Norton Municipal Building
628 Virginia Avenue N.W., Norton VA

After you register, we’ll provide talking points you can use at the hearing.