CORONAVIRUS RELIEF FUND APPLICATION


REC was recently awarded federal Coronavirus Relief Funds to assist our member-owners who have fallen behind on their electric bill payments from March 1, 2020 through October 31, 2020 due to an economic hardship caused by the pandemic. Member-owners who are eligible were notified in December 2020. If you received a notification indicating you are eligible for Coronavirus Relief Funds, you must complete all fields in the application below.*​​​​​​​

Funds Are Still Available. Apply As Soon as Possible.

*If you are on Budget Billing, although your electric bill is not past due, funding is still available.

GENERAL INFORMATION
For residential customers: place mark beside the applicable cause of economic hardship if you or a person in your household has experienced a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic (check all that apply):
NON-RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS COMPLETE THIS SECTION
 
CARES Act assistance application will:
  • Assist with past due amount incurred during the period of March 1 through October 31.
  • Funding is designed to be a one-time opportunity, with only one payment per household (for residential) or account holder and their successors (for non-residential).
Funding can be used for the following bills:  
       Electric
Applicant's Certification:
By signing this application I certify that the above items are true and correct, and that I agree to the conditions for receipt of this assistance from Rappahannock Electric Cooperative Coronoavirus Relief Funds.
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