NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF AN APPLICATION BY VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY FOR REVISION OF RATE ADJUSTMENT CLAUSE: RIDER US-2, SCOTT, WHITEHOUSE, AND WOODLAND SOLAR POWER STATIONS CASE NO. PUR-2021-00238 Virginia Electric and Power Company (“Dominion”) has applied for approval to revise its rate adjustment clause, Rider US-2, by which it recovers the costs of three solar power stations. Dominion requests $11,339,380 for its 2022 Rider US-2. According to Dominion, this amount would increase the monthly bill of a typical residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per month by $0.05. A Hearing Examiner appointed by the Commission will hold a telephonic hearing in this case on March 14, 2022, at 10 a.m., for the receipt of public witness testimony. An evidentiary hearing will be held on March 15, 2022, at 10 a.m., either in the Commission’s second floor courtroom located in the Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219, or by electronic means. Further details on this hearing will be provided by subsequent Commission Order or Hearing Examiner’s Ruling. Further information about this case is available on the Commission website at: https://scc.virginia.gov/pages/Case-Information. On October 5, 2021, Virginia Electric and Power Company (“Dominion” or “Company”), pursuant to § 56-585.1 A 6 of the Code of Virginia, filed with the State Corporation Commission (“Commission”) an annual update with respect to the Company’s rate adjustment clause, Rider US-2 (“Application”). Through its Application, the Company seeks to recover costs associated with (i) the Scott Solar Facility, a 17 megawatt (“MW”) (nominal alternating current (“AC”)) facility located in Powhatan County; (ii) the Whitehouse Solar Facility, a 20 MW facility located in Louisa County; and (iii) the Woodland Solar Facility, a 19 MW AC facility located in Isle of Wight County (collectively, “US-2 Solar Projects” or “Projects”).In Case No. PUE-2015-00104, the Commission approved construction of the US-2 Solar Projects. In conjunction therewith, the Commission also approved a rate adjustment clau-se, designated Rider US-2, which allowed Dominion to recover costs associated with the development of the Projects. The US-2 Solar Projects achieved commercial operations in 2016.In this proceeding, Dominion has asked the Commission to approve Rider US-2 for the rate year beginning September 1, 2022, and ending August 31, 2023 (“2022 Rate Year”). The two components of the proposed total revenue requirement for the 2022 Rate Year are the Projected Cost Recovery Factor and the Actual Cost True-Up Factor. The Company is requesting a Projected Cost Recovery Factor revenue requirement of $8,885,656 and an Actual Cost True Up Factor revenue requirement of $2,453,724. Thus, the Company is requesting a total revenue requirement of $11,339,380 for service rendered during the 2022 Rate Year.For purposes of calculating the revenue requirement in this case, Dominion utilized a rate of return on common equity (“ROE”) of 9.2%, which was approved by the Commission in Case No. PUR-2019-00050. The Company states that that the Commission will set a new ROE in the Company’s triennial review proceeding, Case No. PUR-2021-00058; the Commission-approved ROE will be applicable for use in the Projected Cost Recovery Factor component of the revenue requirement ultimately approved as part of …….