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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.

VEC Awards First Community Fund Grants to Local Organizations

In the summer of 2014, the Board of Directors of Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) adopted a program called the Community Fund. The Fund allows members to donate money to help local nonprofit organizations that support community development and economic security in VEC’s service territory. This concept underscores the cooperative principle of member helping member.

VEC Launches New Application to Enhance Member Service

Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) launched a new application called SmartHub, which offers its members convenient access to their account information. Available on the web and as a free app for smart phones and tablets, SmartHub is a new account management tool that enables members to manage all aspects of their utility account. In addition to paying their bill, members can view their power usage data, report an outage, and set up alerts to be notified when a power outage occurs and when it’s been restored.

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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