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Important Notices

VEC Is Seeking Director Candidates

VEC is seeking candidates for three positions on the Board of Directors that will open in May of 2016. VEC's twelve-member Board is responsible for setting policy for the cooperative, which serves approximately 32,000 members in northern Vermont. Board members are elected by VEC members in their district or zone and are expected to represent the interests of the members.

Statement about VEC's Net Metering Program

We know that some members are concerned that we have reached our net metering caps for 2015 and 2016. We want to provide you with some information regarding the VEC net metering program, so you have the most accurate and up-to-date information. For more details please see the accompanying article about the status of VEC's net metering program.

The net metering program closed at the end of November and will stay closed until 2017 when the new rules for net metering will come into effect. 


Latest News

Vermont Electric Cooperative Launches New Program to Reduce Carbon and Reduce Costs in Maple Sugaring Operations

December 18, 2015.

Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) has announced a new incentive program to assist maple sugaring operations to move to a future of lower production costs and lower carbon emissions. VEC, with over 400 maple sugar producers in their service territory, is committed to identifying and assisting members that can benefit from fuel switching and emission reduction opportunities through new technology and customized solutions. 

“The carbon reduction and cost savings potential in the maple sugar industry are truly staggering “ according to Jeff Wright, VEC’s Chief Operating officer. “There is tremendous opportunity to help our members in one of Vermont’s finest traditional industries save money and reduce the amount of carbon going into the environment. We are launching the first step in this new program through a partnership with Dominion Grimm who manufactures the ECOVAP product, and we hope to expand the pilot project in the future to other products and services”.