Congratulations to our First Quarter 2015 paperless winners!
Christine from St Albans
Douglas & Linda from Richmond
Kellie from Jericho Center
Wayne & Candy from Eden
|Construction Has Begun on the NEK Connector|
Construction of the NEK Connector has begun. The $14.5 million dollar project, which is being managed by Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC), has been planned since 2010 when VEC received a grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA). The NEK Connector will significantly improve electric reliability by replacing a line that was originally built in the early to mid-20th century and expand telecommunications services in the Northeast Kingdom (NEK) by providing fiber optic cables to private telecommunications companies.
|A New Opportunity to Support Your Community|
The VEC Community Fund is a program recently adopted by our Board of Directors to strengthen the community by supporting non-profit organizations in VEC service territory.
Members can participate in the program by rounding up to the next highest dollar on their electric bills. This small change can make a big difference to local, worthy causes. To enroll, check the box on the left side of your payment voucher and return it to VEC. For more information, visit our community page or contact us at 1-800-VEC-COOP (832-2667).
|Eight Candidates Seek Four VEC Director Seats|
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 elect directors for open positions on the Board and to address other key issues.