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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 Buries Line in Richmond with Help from FEMA Storm Hardening Grant
November 17, 2015
Johnson, VT Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) members in Richmond will experience increased reliability during storms thanks to a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Vermont Electric Cooperative Members- Be Alert to Phone Scams
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 electric utility and give the person a number to call to make their payment. When they call that number they might even hear a recording claiming to be the electric utility.
Wind Event Caused Outages - Power Restored to 2,500 VEC Members
Thursday October 29, 2015
Johnson, Vt.- A significant wind event began as expected Wednesday afternoon and continued into the early morning hours on Thursday. Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) field and control room staff were able to respond promptly to restore power to over 2,500 members who lost power due to strong winds that downed trees and power lines.
Wind Event Expected to Cause Outages in VEC Towns Starting Wednesday
For Immediate Release: October 27, 2015
Johnson, VT- A significant wind event is expected to begin Wednesday afternoon and continue into Thursday morning that may cause outages particularly in the northwest and north central parts of the state. Winds up to 60 mph may result in downed trees and power lines. VEC is asking members to prepare by making sure they have a