REC is committed to the communities we serve. Every year we award scholarships and grants, as well as participate in over 200 events throughout our service territory, sharing information about electric safety, energy efficiency and more.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

From farmers markets to county fairs you can often see your cooperative in the community making an impact.

THE POWER OF CHANGE

Members can donate to local charities through REC by rounding up their electric bill.

GRANTS

Are you looking for funds to support your local school, nonprofit or emergency services team?

SCHOLARSHIPS

REC helps local high school seniors, trade school, and college students achieve their educational goals through community program scholarships.

YOUTH TOUR

Each year, students from REC’s service territory travel to Washington, D.C., to explore key issues in the electric industry and meet their members of Congress.

REQUEST A SPEAKER

The Cooperative has on staff knowledgeable experts who can speak to groups of all ages about a variety of topics.

REC STORIES

The annual Quad County Business Summit aims to help business owners connect, learn and prosper.

REC is All About the Louisa Business Buzz

Monday | November 30, 2020
REC is primed for economic growth.
John Arp, P.E. has been promoted to Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s executive leadership team as Vice President of Engineering, Operations and Pow...