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Virginia Electric and Power Co. v. Bransen Energy, Inc.

ELR Citation: ELR 20034
Nos. 16-1254, (4th Cir., 03/09/2017)

The Fourth Circuit upheld over $22 million in damages that an energy company was ordered to pay to a Virginia utility because the coal supplied to a new power plant was of such poor quality it couldn't initially be used. When the plant was commissioned, the utility entered into an option contract to purchase coal from the energy company....

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