Dominion Energy, Inc.

Industry: Energy, Extraction & Utilities

About Dominion Energy, Inc.

Dominion Energy is one of the nation's largest producers and transporters of energy with approximately 25,700 megawatts of electric generation, 15,000 miles of natural gas transmission, gathering, storage and distribution pipeline, 6,600 miles of electric transmission and distribution lines, one of the largest natural gas storage systems in the U.S. with 1 trillion cubic feet of capacity, and more than 6 million utility and retail energy customers. Our company is built on a proud legacy of public service, innovation and community involvement. We invest in communities where we live and work and by practicing responsible environmental stewardship wherever we operate.

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Why Work at the Company?

Recognized as a leader in helping veterans and their families, military and veteran recruiting is a special focus area at Dominion Energy. We understand that veterans possess many of the qualities we seek in our workforce. We spearheaded the development and national launch of the Troops to Energy Jobs program. Our veterans' employee resource group engages our veterans to provide support to our communities, employees and business goals. We offer $5,000 scholarships to up to five of our student veteran interns each summer. We host a PGA charity golf tournament from which the proceeds are donated to veteran service organizations.

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