March Bills to Reflect Rate Increase
The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) has approved REC's request to modify and increase rates effective for electricity use billed on or after March 1.
Starting in March, the typical residential member using 1,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) per month will pay about $3.00 more, or about $125.10 in the non-summer months, about $6 more per month ($131.11) during the summer months, and back down to $125.10 beginning in October.
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Leadership Development in D.C.
REC sends seven Youth Tour delegates to Washington each June to take a peek at how our state and national governments work and what it takes to be a better leader. Applications are due Feb. 19.
for High School, College Students
Each year, the REC Community Scholarship program recognizes high school seniors and undergraduate students attending any vocational school or two- or four-year accredited college or university in Virginia.
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What You Need to Know!
A generator can be a wonderful tool during an outage, but it can also be extremely dangerous. It is important that when using your generator, you keep important safety tips in mind.
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