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A new opportunity to support your local community

The VEC Community Fund is a program recently adopted by our Board of Directors intended 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 monthly electric bill. This small change can make a big different to local, worthy causes. To enroll, check the box on the left side of your payment voucher and return to VEC. For more information, visit our community page or contact us at 1-800-VEC-COOP (832-2667).

 
Vermont Electric Co-op Warns Members About Utility Scam

Vermont Electric Cooperative officials are warning members about a phone scam targeting utility consumers that aims to collect credit card information. Under the scam, consumers are contacted by callers that claim to be representing VEC and demand credit card information from consumers to pay their account balance or face immediate disconnection.

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Election Results

Vermont Electric Co-op Announces Annual Meeting Election Results

1,556 Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) members cast ballots during the annual election completed on Saturday, May 17, 2014. Results for three director elections were announced on Saturday morning at the 76th annual meeting of the VEC membership which was attended by about 200 VEC members at Smugglers’ Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, VT.

Three positions on the VEC board of directors were up for election. In total, seven candidates vied for the director seats which each carry a four-year term.

In VEC’s District 3, incumbent Carol Maroni of Crafstbury was reelected. Maroni received 373 votes, while Chuck Farrar received 122 votes and John Klar received 114 votes. Maroni represents members in the towns of Albany, Crafstbury, Glover, Greensboro, Irasburg, Jay, Lowell, Newport Town, Troy and Westfield.

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