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Vermont Electric Cooperative is a member owned electric distribution utility that provides safe, affordable, and reliable energy services to over 32,000 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.

32,000

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75

Communities

2,056

Square miles served

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Jun 8

VEC Community Fund Supports North Central Vermont Recovery Center

Johnson, Vt – Community Fund of the Vermont Electric Co-op (VEC) recently awarded a grant to the North Central Vermont Recovery Center to support recovery coaching. The $750 grant will support stipends and training for the organization’s coaching program, which provides one-on-one support from trained peer-professionals for people in recovery. Coaching includes resource navigation, employment, housing, and transportation support, motivational interviewing, and other guidance.

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May 18

Working in the Yard, or the Back-40 this Spring? Here are Some Safety Reminders from Vermont Electric Co-op

By John Varney - This time of year many of us are getting out and starting outdoor projects around our homes. We tackle lots of yard cleanup, tree trimming, repairs, plantings, painting projects and other work. Please remember to take safety seriously.

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May 11

Energy Innovation, Broadband and Board Elections Topped Vermont Electric Co-op Annual Meeting Saturday

Johnson, Vt – Grid innovations, reliability, a new commitment to cleaner power, and accelerated broadband deployment were all front-and-center topics at Vermont Electric Co-op’s virtual Annual Meeting held this past Saturday, May 8. The meeting, entitled “An Adaptable Resilient Grid: Teaming up for a Bright Future,” was presided over by VEC Board President Rich Goggin of South Hero and featured a presentation from VEC Chief Executive Officer Rebecca Towne, a guest appearance from Lt. Gov. Molly Gray, participant questions, and more.

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