Va regulators considering Dominion solar proposals

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia regulators are considering Dominion Virginia Power's proposed plan to increase the use of solar power. 

The State Corporation Commission conducted a hearing Wednesday on the Richmond-based energy provider's solar-energy program, which aims to promote alternative power and energy conservation.  

One proposal would permit Dominion to build and operate up to 30 megawatts of company-owned solar generation facilities at 30 to 50 locations at an estimated cost of $111 million. 

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