About Virginia Energy Consumer Trust
Virginia Energy Consumer Trust (The Trust) was established to educate, provide a forum, and amplify the voice of energy consumers living and working in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Trust is charting a new path forward toward Energy Justice where the principles of reliable, affordable, secure, and sustainable energy are equally assured for all Virginian consumers.
The Trust works to provide a clearer understanding of how energy markets, legislation, regulation, and executive action impacts residential, commercial, and industrial consumers.
The Trust is committed to Environmental and Conservation principals and practices, including; clean air, clean water, protecting the Commonwealth’s land, and wildlife, that has been entrusted to us to preserve for the next generation. The Trust understands that managing these natural resources requires open, transparent, and data-driven decisions that embrace energy justice for all energy consumers. Energy is crucial to powering everything from our homes, cars, and schools to our businesses, national defense, and public infrastructure.
The Trust aims to restore the voice of the Virginia energy consumer – the small business owner, the retiree, the veteran, the military family, the truck driver, the retailer, the home maker, the farmer, the production worker, the waterman, the dockworker, the programmer, etc.
David DelGuercio, Executive Director
Click on a question to learn more about energy in the Commonwealth.
The average amount Virginians save with natural gas appliances versus electric appliances is $900 per year.
Virginia’s population grew 22% from 1995-2018.
Virginia lowered its CO2 emissions 22% from 1995-2018.
The Trust’s mission is to educate and empower energy consumers to challenge the binary choice of supporting diverse and affordable energy resources or protecting the environment. Virginians overwhelmingly support reliable, affordable, secure, and sustainable energy. The Trust is the voice for all Virginia consumers that believe in energy justice and environmental stewardship equally.
To learn more or get involved, check out our Take Action page for advocacy campaigns, Reports page, research, and Educational Resources . Contact us at email@example.com .