Virginia-based utility says record pollution settlement won’t appear on bills

The company has agreed to spend $1.2 billion on pollution-control equipment at its coal-fired power plants in Virginia and West Virginia during the next dozen years as part of a settlement with New York and the federal Environmental Protection Agency and Justice Department.

By LYNDA GLEDHILL

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