Issues Energy


Frank is best known for his visionary Virginia Energy Plan, legislation that passed in the 2006 Virginia General Assembly session. This legislation directs the Commonwealth to create a comprehensive plan for the development of energy resources, including clean coal, oil, natural gas, wind, solar, tide, current, geothermal, nuclear, alternative fuels coupled with conservation and energy efficiency measures. The ultimate goal of the plan is to achieve energy independence in an environmentally safe and responsible manner. He has spoken at a variety of national and international energy conferences and has testified before Congress on energy matters.

• SB 505 Natural gas; incentives for expanded use as transportation fuel, report.
• SB 512 Solar equipment; certified pollution control equipment and facilities.
• SB 514 Virginia Energy Plan; postpones due date for quadrennial updates.
• SB 519 Natural gas utilities; upstream supply infrastructure projects.









From the Capitol

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State Agency Assistance

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Federal Assistance

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Congressman Scott Rigell

Senator Mark Warner