Legislative Points of Contact
A&N Electric Cooperative
Central Virginia Electric Cooperative
Community Electric Cooperative
Craig Botetourt Electric Cooperative
Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative
Northern Neck Electric Cooperative
Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative
Powell Valley Electric Cooperative
Prince George Electric Cooperative
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative
Southside Electric Cooperative
Electric cooperatives provide safe and reliable electric service to both rural and suburban areas throughout the Commonwealth. Virginia’s 13 consumer-owned electric cooperatives provide electricity to over 490,000 meters serving more than a million of the citizens of the Com monwealth residing in 68 of 95 counties. Electric cooperatives are not-for-profit organizations with revenues in excess of expenses being returned to their consumers. Electric cooperatives and their members are major taxpayers in the state and pay tens of millions in state and local taxes each year.
The electric cooperatives are committed to providing environmentally sound energy. Over $350 million of the cost of the Clover Power Station was for environmental safeguards. Old Domini on operates an energy conservation program in partnership with its members that can reduce peak loads by more than 10 percent.
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