Vermont Electric Cooperative

Vermont Electric Cooperative Recognized as Vermont Pride Business of the Year

News Release — Vermont Electric Coop May 25, 2016 Contact: Andrea Cohen, 802-696-9036. [email protected] Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative is pleased to announce that on Friday, May 13, 2016, at the 18th Annual LGBTQA Community Celebration, Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) was recognized as “Business of the Year” by Pride Center of Vermont. VEC received this […]

Jeff Forward: VEC’s misrepresentation

I am extremely disappointed at how my utility, the Vermont Electric Cooperative, is participating in the current discussion around the future of solar power in Vermont.

Caleb Elder: Clinging to a dated utility model

Customers of Vermont Electric Cooperative who go solar should be thanked for investing their hard earned money into our collective clean energy future, not targeted by the very co-op they are part of with fees that undermine this investment.

Christine Hallquist: Pricing renewable energy right

We should not pay more than we need to for infrastructure, including renewable energy through the net metering program.

Future of large-scale renewable energy said to be on the line

Changes are being proposed to the rules requiring utilities to buy renewable energy from qualifying independent producers. The developers say it would kill their industry; utilities say the changes would save money for ratepayers.

Standard & Poor’s Boosts VEC’s Credit Rating to an A+

News Release — VEC Feb. 26, 2016 Press contact: Lisa Morris, 802-730-4399 [email protected]   Johnson, VT- Standard & Poor’s (S&P’s) Rating Services has raised Vermont Electric Cooperative’s (VEC’s) credit rating from an A to an A+ with a stable outlook. S&P’s cited effective regulatory partners, cost-effective power supply, and strong management in its decision to […]

Vermont Electric Cooperative warns members to be alert to phone scams

News Release — Vermont Electric Co-op November 1, 2015 Contact: Andrea Cohen Cell Phone: 802-696-9036 [email protected] Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative wants members to be vigilant about phone scams that threaten people with electricity disconnection if they do not make an immediate payment of funds. The caller will act as if they are representing their […]

VEC issues Aug. 17 peak alert – encourages members to conserve energy

News Release — VEC Aug. 16, 2015 Contacts: Andrea Cohen Cell Phone: 802-696-9036 [email protected] Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is once again encouraging its members to conserve energy on Monday August 17 between the hours of 1 pm and 6 pm when demand for electricity is expected to spike as a result of high […]

VEC issues a peak alert encouraging members to conserve energy

News Release — Vermont Electric Cooperative July 28, 2015 Contacts: Andrea Cohen Cell Phone: 802-696-9036 [email protected] Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is encouraging its members to conserve energy on Wednesday, July 29 and Thursday, July 30 between the hours of 1 pm and 6 pm when demand for electricity is expected to spike as […]

Vermont Electric Cooperative announces election results

News Release — Vermont Electric Coop May 2, 2015 Contact: Lisa Morris, Cell: 802-730-4399 [email protected] Johnson – The results of Vermont Electric Cooperative’s (VEC) annual election were announced at the Annual Meeting of the Membership on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at Jay Peak Resort. A total of 2,972 members cast their ballots for five ballot […]

Eight candidates seek four VEC director seats

News Release — Vermont Electric Cooperative April 9, 2015 Contacts: Lisa Morris, cell: 802-730-4399 [email protected] Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) has received eight applications from candidates seeking one of four open positions on the Board of Directors. As a part of VEC’s annual meeting, an election of the membership is held each year to […]

State pursues disaster aid after snowstorm

Vermont asks FEMA to help determine whether the state qualifies for public assistance disaster aid after last week’s storm left thousands without power.

VEC expects some members will remain without power into next week

The storm that began on Tuesday night has caused more than 18,000 outages for Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) members.

VEC line crews battle new power outages as storm continues

Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) reports that since Tuesday line crews have restored more than 14,000 power outages, yet about 5,800 VEC members are without power early Friday morning.