Ten high school juniors from across REC's service territory spent a week in Washington, D.C., learning about our nation's government. The group got to visit national monuments, meet with members of Congress and make connections with other students from across the country. "Youth Tour was a great opportunity to meet my representatives, inform myself more about the cooperative structure, learn more about my country and ways I can hep Virginia," said Joseph Flynn, from Greene County. Read More>>
Make Your Voice Count
REC's 2019 Annual Meeting will take place Thursday, Aug. 22, at the Fredericksburg Conference Center.
Be sure to return your Proxy Designation Card found in your July
Cooperative Living or complete it online in
MyREC SmartHub - and be entered
to win one of six prizes. Your participation matters!
Enjoy the pool and save money! Use a timer to reduce pump run time to 6-8 hours a day to significantly reduce energy use. By doing so, you save money by saving energy while still getting to enjoy your pool!
John Arp, manager of the Western Region for REC, discusses REC's commitment to reliability. Arp talks about year-round practices to prevent outages and storm prep. He also answers a few questions like why power lines aren't all underground and what causes power blinks.