About Us

Our Values

Our core values are fundamental to who we are.

We do what is right. We do it well. We do it together. Doing so helps ensure we maintain trust with those who matter most: customers, employees, communities, regulators, investors, and other stakeholders. We know actions speak louder than words, so we deliver on our commitments.

At a Glance

Where We Work

(As of September 28, 2022)

Gray map of the USA, reads Richmond, Va.

Highlighted in blue are the following states: idaho, wyoming, utah, colorado,arizona, california, texas, georgia, south carolina, north carolina, virginia, west virginia, ohio and connecticut.

Core Values

Our first and most important goal is to send every employee home safe and sound, every day.

We do not take shortcuts when reaching for our goals and fulfilling our obligations. Our reputation depends on ethical behavior.

We work towards continuous improvement in all areas of our business.

Embrace Change
By welcoming new ideas, Dominion Energy champions innovation. Through innovation, we will continue to prosper in the years ahead.

One Dominion Energy
Our shared mission and purpose transcend organizational boundaries. Teamwork leads to strong, sustainable performance.

Our values define who we are. They are fundamental to our culture and strategy. They help create an environment for long-term success.


Safety is our foremost concern. Nothing matters more than the well-being of our colleagues, customers, and communities. While our work is essential, our focus on safety enables us to keep doing that work. We reinforce its importance relentlessly through safety moments at meetings, companywide safety messages from executives, monthly safety reports to all employees, and much more. From 2017 through 2021, we cut our OSHA recordable injury rate 29%. At 0.46 for 2021, our rate was less than one-third the industry average of 1.50. But we will not be satisfied until no one gets hurt, ever.

We took several measures to improve safety in 2021. These include:

  • Pandemic management policies such as:
    • Offering COVID-19 vaccinations free of charge at company clinics and giving employees a $1,000 bonus to get vaccinated;
    • Providing expert medical guidance to answer employee questions about vaccine safety and efficacy;
    • Extending remote work and company travel restrictions during the extended period of the pandemic;
    • Implementing workplace health and safety protocols concerning masks and other measures to align with evolving guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;
  • Incorporating into our annual incentive plan the requirement to develop and implement an innovative safety solution at both the business-unit and enterprise level, and another requirement focused on reducing the incidence of serious injury; and
  • In South Carolina, employees began using a new 811 Compliance app to help reduce damage to buried gas lines. Thanks to these and other efforts, the two-year period spanning 2020 and 2021 saw a 16% reduction companywide in third-party damage — the leading cause of damage to buried gas lines. When a gas line is damaged, natural gas can leak into the atmosphere, creating potentially hazardous conditions in the surrounding neighborhood.

For more on this topic, visit our “Safety” section.

Key Stats

(For the year ending December 31, 2021, unless otherwise noted.)




in carbon emissions, 2005-2021



in methane emissions, 2010-2021



of solar generation capacity



in fresh water withdrawn per megawatt generated since 2000


offshore wind farm

under development in the United States — 2.6 gigawatts, enough to power 660,000 homes at peak output


renewable natural gas partnership

in the United States, focused on reducing methane emissions from the agricultural sector




in OSHA-recordable injury rates



with diverse suppliers — a 24.5% increase over 2020



hiring rate



workforce representation — a more than 2 percentage-point increase in two years



to address human needs and support education, the environment, and more, including

  • $14.4 million for energy assistance
  • $22.2 million from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation to support human needs, environmental stewardship, education, community vitality, and social justice
  • $5.8 million for the HBCU PromiseSM and the Dominion Energy Educational Equity Scholarship program



reported earnings


market cap


on Fortune 500

(2022 ranking)

Up To $73B

Potential investment

in decarbonization initiatives from 2022 through 2035



Gender And Ethnic Diversity

on Board of Directors
(as of September 1, 2022)

92% +


across the Board of Directors
(as of September 1, 2022)

7.2 Years

Average Tenure

on Board of Directors
(as of September 1, 2022)


of Board Members

have experience in managing or overseeing environmental, climate, or sustainability practices, or understanding of environmental policy, risks, regulations, and compliance obligations


Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Committee


Climate Council

Awards and Recognition

World’s Most Admired Companies 2022


Best Employers for Women

Forbes (2022)

Best Employers for Diversity

Forbes (2022)

100 (perfect score)

Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index (2022)

Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality

Human Rights Campaign (2022)

Best Employers for Veterans

Forbes (2022)

Top 10 Military Friendly Employers

G.I. Jobs (2022)

Military Friendly Supplier Diversity

G.I. Jobs (2022)

Military Spouse Friendly Employer

G.I. Jobs (2022)

Best for Vets Employer

Military Times (2021)

HIRE Vets Medallion (Platinum)

U.S. Department of Labor (2021)

Excellence in Workplace Diversity & Inclusion

South Carolina Chamber of Commerce

2022 Women’s Business Center of Richmond Corporate Leadership Award

2022 Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Diversity Council National Corporation of the Year

2022 Women’s Business Enterprise Council – Greater DMV Outstanding Corporation of the Year

Ventus Award

for supply-chain achievement from the Business Network for Offshore Wind

Safety Achievement Award

from the American Gas Association for lowest employee days away, restricted duty, or transferred (DART) rate among companies of similar size and type (based on 2020 performance – awards received in 2021) — Dominion Energy Ohio

Industry Leader in Accident Prevention Award

from the American Gas Association for below-industry-average DART rate below industry average for company size and type (based on 2020 performance – award received in 2021) — Dominion Energy Utah, Wisconsin, Idaho; Dominion Energy North Carolina; Dominion Energy West Virginia

Total Company Safety Award

Southeastern Electric Exchange (Dominion Energy Virginia, Dominion Energy South Carolina)

Emergency Response Award

Edison Electric Institute (for 2020 recovery and assistance efforts in response to Hurricane Isaias — award received in 2021)

Emergency Response Award

Edison Electric Institute (for 2021 recovery and assistance efforts in response to two devastating ice storms)

Most Trusted Business Partner 2021

Escalent Market Research (Dominion Energy North Carolina, Dominion Energy Virginia)

Business Customer Champion 2021

Escalent Market Research (Dominion Energy Ohio, Dominion Energy West)

Third-Party ESG Assessment

Dominion Energy's independent 3rd party scoring reflects best-in-class ESG performance

Chart shows 5 segments, as follows: CDP Climate as of December 2021, Leadership band, Dominion Energy A-, Sector Average B. CDP Water as of December 2021, Leadership band, Dominion Energy A-, Sector Average B. MSCI as of December 2021, Leader, Dominion Energy AA, Sector Average BBB. Sustainalytics as of June 2022, Lower score is better, Dominion Energy 25, Sector Average 27. CPA-Zicklin as of November 2021, Trendsetter, Dominion Energy 94, Sector Average 81.

Note: CDP sector average reflects Thermal Power Generation sectior; MSCI sector average n=139; CPA Zicklin utility average n=28