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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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We strive to be an energy leader

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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Feb 7

VEC, Camus and FlexCharging Partner to Ease EV Adoption

VEC, with partners Camus Energy and FlexCharging, announced today a new electric vehicle (EV) management program to expand demand flexibility and protect critical grid infrastructure. By integrating FlexCharging’s telematics and recruitment capabilities with Camus’s grid orchestration platform, VEC aims to engage 75 percent of its members’ electric vehicles in the utility’s managed charging program, lowering costs for all of its 33,000 members across 75 communities.

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Jan 31

Jody Dunklee on Board Service: "A Unique Opportunity to be Part of the Solution"

Jody Dunklee of Fairfax has served on the VEC Board of Directors since 2019 and represents West Zone at Large towns. (Alburgh, Bakersfield, Belvidere, Berkshire, Bolton, Cambridge, Eden, Enosburg, Essex, Fairfax, Fairfield, Fletcher, Franklin, Georgia, Grand Isle, Highgate, Hinesburg, Huntington, Hyde Park, Isle LaMotte, Jericho, Johnson, Milton, Montgomery, Morristown, North Hero, Richford, Richmond, Sheldon, Shelburne, South Hero, Starksboro, Stowe, St. Albans Town, St. George, Swanton, Underhill, Waterville, Westford, Williston.) Below, Jody, whose seat is up for election in 2027, offers some thoughts on serving on the VEC Board.

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Jan 30

Jay Peak Heating Project Brings Big Benefits to the Region

Jay Peak Resort has been running an innovative, hybrid space-and-water heating system for a few months now and initial indications are that the effort is helping the resort save significant energy costs and reduce carbon emissions. The new system can toggle back and forth between fuels, either propane or electricity, based on a variety of metrics, at any given time. “The resort is very pleased with the first month of electric boiler operation,” said Andy Stenger, Director of Facilities and Resort Services at Jay.

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