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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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Jun 19

Heat Wave and High Electric Demand Expected

Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is urging members to stay safe during the high temperatures expected this week. Safety is the absolute highest priority. VEC is also urging members to avoid optional electric use on Wednesday and Thursday evenings as the demand for electricity across New England is expected to spike, causing the electric supply to be dirtier and more expensive. Specifically, VEC asks members to conserve electricity from 6 to 10 pm on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

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May 15

Electric Power Reliability in the Face of a Changing Climate Focus of VEC Annual Meeting

Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Co-op members recently got a rundown on how the co-op is planning for increasing weather-related threats to the power system during VEC’s Annual Meeting at Smugglers’ Notch Resort. The morning-long event took place this past Saturday, May 11.

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Apr 18

Vermont Legislature Marks Lineworker Appreciation Day

Johnson, Vt – The Vermont Legislature marked National Lineworker Appreciation Day on Thursday with a concurrent resolution, HCR 217, recognizing the critical role electric lineworkers play in keeping the power flowing to communities across the Green Mountain State. Lineworkers from Vermont Electric Co-op as well as Green Mountain Power and Washington Electric Co-op were greeted by Gov. Phil Scott, and received formal recognition from lawmakers on the floor of the Vermont House.

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