REC’s energy is becoming more sustainable every day. With our continued commitment to sustainability, your cooperative's workforce is making sure we are Green Together. 

In 2019:

  • REC employees recycled 667,557 pounds of materials.
  • Converted warehouse & parking lot lights from low-efficiency lights to high-efficiency LED lighting.
  • Increased the number of hybrid & electric vehicles in our company fleet. 
    • 5,611 carbon emissions avoided. 
    • $661 in gasoline saved.
  • Provided expert energy advice energy use by conducting 87 in-home energy audits.
  • Encouraged members to receive paperless billing, saving $415,000 in paper, printing, and postage costs.
  • Assisted our community non-profits by donating $243,332.

REC STORIES

REC has named Lindsey Watson as the Cooperative’s Director of Government Affairs. 
REC announces its partnership in the “Connect Hannover” initiative with Hanover County, All Points Broadband and Dominion Energy to make broadband ser...
Some REC member-owners in Louisa County are one step closer to having access to broadband internet service.