Old Dominion Electric Cooperative

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About Old Dominion Electric Cooperative

Old Dominion Electric Cooperative is an electricity cooperative. Cooperatives are owned by their customers and managed by individuals who are voted into their roles. They had sales of 12,303,151 megawatt hours in 2020 through wholesale channels. The electricity they sourced consisted of megawatt hours produced by the company and supplementary megawatt hours acquired via wholesale channels. In 2020, the provider had revenue of $807,669,600 wholesale customers.

Energy Loss

Old Dominion Electric Cooperative reported a yearly loss of about 0.53% of the electricity that they produce. Loss of electricity due to heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is a reality of being in the electricity generation industry and electricity providers must report these losses. Old Dominion Electric Cooperative's energy loss numbers place them at of 3rd best out of 3509 in the US.

Old Dominion Electric Cooperative Overview

  • Company Type:Cooperative
  • Headquarters:4201 Dominion Boulevard
    Glen Allen, Virginia 23060
    United States of America
  • CEO:Marcus Harris

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    Quick Facts About Old Dominion Electric Cooperative

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative ranks 174th out of 3509 electricity companies in the nation in megawatt hours generated from coal use.

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative produces 100.00% of their total electricity production from non-renewable fuels. The total electricity generated from non-renewable sources is 6,495,304.13 megawatt hours, which is 135th most out of 3509 companies in the country.

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative generates 4,900,194.18 megawatt hours from the burning of natural gas and ranks 87th in the nation out of 3509 suppliers for total natural gas generation.

    Generating 6,495,313.33 megawatt hours annually, Old Dominion Electric Cooperative is ranked 157th for total production of all providers in the country.

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative is 464th out of the 3509 providers in the US when considering the percentage of their fuel usage that comes from renewable fuels.

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative produces 18.12% of their total megawatt hour production from nuclear power sources, which is 1,177,054.63 megawatt hours produced from nuclear.

    Energy provider of the year for Virginia, Major Provider Category
    Lowest Energy Loss
    Virginia, Major Provider Category
    Claim Award
    Energy provider of the year for Virginia, Major Provider Category
    Lowest Energy Loss
    Virginia, Major Provider Category
    Claim Award
    Energy provider of the year for Virginia, Major Provider Category
    Lowest Energy Loss
    Virginia, Major Provider Category
    Claim Award

    Energy Loss

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative's energy loss due to business operations.

    -0.53%

    Total Energy Loss

    65,481MWh

    49 National Rank

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative Energy Makeup

    Power Plants Owned by Old Dominion Electric Cooperative

    PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
    Louisa County VA Nuclear 15,220,653
    Wildcat Point Generation FacilityOld Dominion Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
    Cecil County MD Natural Gas 3,762,2871,388,650,026.96369.1
    Halifax County VA Coal 802,923842,591,770.161,049.41
    Marsh Run Generation FacilityOld Dominion Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
    Fauquier County VA Natural Gas 672,609386,560,317.06574.72
    Louisa County VA Natural Gas 479,109298,184,749.82622.37
    Nottoway Diesel Generating FacilityOld Dominion Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
    Southampton County VA Distillate Fuel Oil 703498,356.34708.9
    Ponton Diesel Generating FacilityOld Dominion Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
    Amelia County VA Distillate Fuel Oil 517378,119.63731.37
    Perdue Diesel Generation FacilityOld Dominion Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
    Accomack County VA Distillate Fuel Oil 464332,262.26716.08
    Belle Haven Diesel Generation FacilityOld Dominion Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
    Cats Bridge CDP VA Distillate Fuel Oil 456318,630.98698.75
    Onancock Diesel Generation FacilityOld Dominion Electric Cooperative (100.00%)
    Bayside CDP VA Distillate Fuel Oil 455319,519.98702.24

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative Fuel Makeup

    NATURAL GAS
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    75.44%
    NUCLEAR
    Nuclear
    Nuclear
    18.12%
    COAL
    Coal
    6.15%
    DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
    Distillate Fuel Oil
    0.29%
    CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    0.00%

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    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative FAQ:

    What is the phone number for Old Dominion Electric Cooperative?

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative's customer service phone number is (804) 747-0592

    How many power plants are owned by or associated with Old Dominion Electric Cooperative?

    There are 11 power plants owned by or associated with Old Dominion Electric Cooperative.

    What percentage of Old Dominion Electric Cooperative's electricity is produced from renewable fuels?

    Old Dominion Electric Cooperative produces 0.00% of their electricity from renewable fuel types.

    Who is the CEO of Old Dominion Electric Cooperative?

    The current CEO of Old Dominion Electric Cooperative is Marcus Harris.

    What percentage of Old Dominion Electric Cooperative's electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuels?

    Power facilities owned by or associated with Old Dominion Electric Cooperative produce 100.00% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel types.

    Last Reviewed By: Alex Zdanov
    Published: 2022-03-13