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Dominion Energy Offering Bill Payment Assistance As Winter Approaches

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With colder temperatures on the way, Dominion Energy Virginia is offering several assistance programs to help customers with their winter heating bills. The winter months typically bring higher energy bills as customers use more electricity to heat their homes.

“With higher fuel costs this winter, more of our customers will need assistance with their power bills,” said Ed Baine, president of Dominion Energy Virginia. “We’re here to help. We have several programs that help our customers with bill payment assistance, free energy efficiency upgrades and extended payment plans. If you or your family need help with your power bill this winter, please contact us so we can assist.”

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