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Dominion Energy to Restore All Clients by 5:00 p.m. Friday; 90 Percent Clients to be Restored Late Nowadays

-- Greater than 75 percent of customers affected by the storm Have Now been Revived
-- 90% restored by 11:00 p.m. today
-- Restoration Employees from around the Nation Focused on hardest-hit Regions


RICHMOND, Va. -- Dominion Energy Virginia and North Carolina restoration employees and contractors from throughout the country are out in force now to restore power by 5:00 p.m. Friday to all clients affected by the high winds and snow affecting clients through Thursday morning, mostly in the eastern portion of Virginia and North Carolina.

90 percent of clients affected by this event will have electricity restored by 11:00 p.m. tonight. Clients in Virginia Beach and a couple of clients in Outer Banks, North Carolina where the coastal flood has restricted crew access is going to be restored tomorrow.

As of 4:00 p.m., over 75% of the almost 90,000 clients affected throughout our system were restored following crews completed fixes at 550 harm places.

Crews continue to operate round the clock to finish repairs.

"Being without electricity in this intense cold weather may be an outstanding hardship for our clients and we are intensely focused on getting the lights back as safely and quickly as you can," explained Ed Baine, senior vice president-Distribution, Dominion Energy. "Please remain alert to downed lines which might be partly concealed by snow and also use more caution on the slippery streets and also to be on the alert for crews working near roadways."

Traveling by teams has been affected by snow and ice, but crews are focused in the hardest-hit regions to speed recovery.

The maximum priority for energy recovery is given to public security and critical facilities such as hospitals, emergency 911 call centers, and municipal water pumping stations; 90% of these are revived.

In the Event That You lost electricity:


  • Get in touch with us out of any mobile device and report outages or phone us in 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357).
  • Added storm recovery information can be obtained online at https://www.dominionenergy.com/outage-center/report-and-check-outages.
  • When reporting an outage, whether online or through telephone, enter a telephone number at which you can be reached in case we need additional information or to supply an upgrade.
  • Leave a light on this that you will know when power is restored.
  • Additionally, make a porch light on. This will aid our crews patrolling your area know if your power was restored.

Security first:


  • Stay at 30' from downed debris and wires - they are energized and dangerous.
  • If you're utilizing portable or camp-type stoves or an alternative for lighting and cooking, be certain that the area is adequately ventilated.
  • Follow safe working procedures such as generators. Never run inside your house, in crawl spaces or within an enclosed area, like a garage. Exhaust fumes contain carbon dioxide and may be fatal, so run your generator out with appropriate venting. Store the fuel for your generator.
  • Don't hook mobile generators directly into the electrical system of your property. Electricity can flow backward on Dominion Energy's energy lines and endanger lives. Either have a qualified electrician do the job or plug appliances directly into the generator together with the proper-sized extension wires.
  • Visually inspect the region around your electrical meter. If you discover or suspect any harm, call us in 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357).
Around Dominion Energy


Dominion Energy (NYSE:D) is among the country's biggest manufacturers and transporters of energy, with a portfolio of approximately 25,700 megawatts of production, 15,000 kilometers of gas transmission, storage and gathering pipeline, and 6,600 miles of electrical transmission lines. Dominion Energy works one of the country's biggest natural gas storage methods with 1 billion cubic feet of storage capacity and serves over 6 million power and retail energy customers.