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Capital Credits

As a not-for-profit, all revenues REC receives through monthly bill payments, beyond the costs for providing electric service, remain the property of REC's member-owners and are assigned to you in the form of Capital Credits. Those credits are returned to you over time. The longer you have been a member-owner, and the more electricity you have used, the larger your share of Capital Credits will be.

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Vegetation Management

Trees are one of the major causes of power outages in areas with overhead utility lines. REC works hard maintaining its rights of way near overhead lines to provide safe and reliable electrical service.

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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...