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Eight Candidates Seek Three VEC Director Seats

VEC has received eight applications from candidates seeking one of three 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.

Below are the seats that are up for election, including the slate of director candidates vying for open seats, which each carry a four-year term.

VEC Sounds Alert on Scam

Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is warning consumers about a telephone scam that preys on utility cutomers. Like other cooperatives around the coutry, VEC has received reports from customers who are being contacted by scammers asking for credit card information.

The scam involves a phone call to a consumer by a perpetrator posing as a VEC employee seeking immediate payment for service. Consumers are threatened with having service disconnected within 30 minutes unless they make a credit card payment by phone.


Governor Shumlin, Vermont Electric Coop Announce Next Generation Solar Initiative in Vermont

Program Will Bring Solar Power to More Homes, Businesses and Provide National Blueprint for Cooperatively-Owned Solar

November 11, 2013, Montpelier, Vt. – Today, Governor Shumlin joined officials from the Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), as well as Vermont legislators to announce a first-in-the-nation federal partnership for Next Generation Solar energy in Vermont.  This partnership will result in Vermont’s largest utility-scale solar project, making solar energy an option for more VEC customers and providing a model for cooperative utilities and their customers across the country.

Vermont Electric Co-op Seeks Approval to Resume Net Metering

Released: October 1, 2013 

Johnson, VT- Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) filed a tariff request with the Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) today seeking approval to resume net metering installations. Net metering enables consumers to generate renewable electricity and receive credits to offset electric utility bills.

In July, VEC reached a cap established by the Vermont legislature which requires utilities to allow net metering systems to be installed in their service territory up to a limit of 4% of the utility’s peak demand. The legislature has given the PSB authorization to raise the cap after analyzing the costs and benefits of these systems. Until it receives authorization to exceed the cap, VEC has stopped approving new net metering system applications.  Current participants have not been affected.

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