Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) has received eight applications from candidates seeking one of three positions on the Board of Directors.
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Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is warning consumers about a telephone scam that preys on utility customers.
News Release — Vermont Electric Cooperative Dec. 23, 2013 JOHNSON – More than five hundred utility workers have joined Vermont Electric Cooperative’s (VEC) line workers and operations personnel to repair unprecedented damage to power lines and utility poles. The ice storm that began on Saturday continues to plague northern Vermont with a dangerous combination of […]
This weekend a powerful ice storm knocked power out for thousands of Vermonters including more than a third of Vermont Electric Cooperative’s (VEC) members.
Tensions rise as credits for solar cut into utility budgets; VEC is the third utility to hit 4 percent cap
Results of Vermont Electric Cooperative’s (VEC) director elections and proposed bylaw amendment were announced during the Cooperative’s 75th Annual Meeting held at Smugglers’ Notch on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is encouraging its members to conserve energy on Tuesday, January 22 and Wednesday, January 23 between the hours of 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. when demand for electricity is expected to peak due to weather conditions which are producing prolonged colder temperatures in Vermont.
Vermont Electric Cooperative’s (VEC) control center reports that an early morning outage left approximately 4,000 customers in the Jay/ North Troy area without power for up to 90 minutes. Power was restored to all members shortly after 4:00 am.
Massive gusts of high-speed winds are knocking out power for thousands of Vermonters across the state.
Approximately 1,600 Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) members are without power on Tuesday morning as a result of powerful thunderstorms that caused severe damage in several parts of the VEC service territory.
Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is encouraging its members to conserve energy on Monday, July 16 between the hours of 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. when demand for electricity is expected to peak due to weather conditions which are producing prolonged high temperatures in northern Vermont.