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Vermont Electric Cooperative is a member owned electric distribution utility that provides safe, affordable, and reliable energy services to over 33,000 members in 75 communities.

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By providing innovative energy services, delivering responsable rates in a regulatory environment, and adapting to changes we will help shape our energy future.

33,000

Members

75

Communities

2,056

Square miles served

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Apr 15

Eleven Candidates Vying for Four Seats on Vermont Electric Co-op Board

Johnson, VT- Eleven candidates are contending for four seats up for election this year on the Board of Directors of Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC). The districts, and the candidates who are running in each district, are:

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Mar 12

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Repeated storms in recent months have challenged VEC, causing several back-to-back power outages across our territory. These strong and damaging wind and snow events – a phenomenon we expect to continue – have put a spotlight on power reliability and resiliency. How is VEC planning for the future? Join us Thursday, March 28 from 12-1 pm for a conversation with experts about the changing weather and VEC’s strategic investments in reliability and resilience. What impacts are changing weather patterns having on the reliability of VEC’s electricity system? What investments is VEC making on behalf of our members to protect our system from the effects of these more frequent, intense storms? How will we pay for these investments?

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Mar 12

North Country Students Get Boost from VEC Community Fund

Johnson, Vt – Here’s another great example of generous Vermont Electric Co-op members contributing to the success of young people in our region. The VEC Community Fund – supported by VEC members who voluntarily contribute by rounding up their electric bill or donating their member capital – recently awarded $1,000 to go toward prizes for North Country Supervisory Union students competing in a regional science and engineering fair. Aaron Miller, the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) coordinator for NCSU said the donation will add to the excitement of the North Country Science and Engineering Fair and contest, where students from grades 5-8 compete for prizes with science and engineering related projects.

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