Electric Cars

Our conversation today with Joyce Bodoh, Government Affairs & Demand Response Administrator, with Rappahannock Electric Cooperative included discussion about electric cars (EV). REC purchased their first EV in 2017.

We talked about how they work, the benefits to our environment and our wallets, plus we discussed under what circumstances they might be a good fit for you and your family. Joyce told us about charging stations, who and how they should be installed at your home as well as apps to assist you in locating them during a trip.

Cooperative Sunshare

Our conversation today with Joyce Bodoh, Government Affairs & Demand Response Administrator, with Rappahannock Electric Cooperative included discussion about REC’s Cooperative Sunshare program that offers members all the benefits of solar energy without any onsite equipment or maintenance. In this voluntary program, any residential member, regardless of whether they own their home or rent, simply purchases “blocks” of solar energy.

Green Together

Our conversation today with Joyce Bodoh, REC's Government Affairs & Demand Response Administrator, and Louis O’Berry, REC Energy Management Advisor included topics about sustainability & green energy.

REC STORIES

REC is ready to respond to any storm-related outages.

REC: Prepare Now for New Winter Storm

Friday | January 14, 2022
REC continues to closely monitor the weather forecast for a storm predicted to affect our service territory Sunday into Monday.
Just over 100 REC member-owners remain without power after devastating Winter Storm Frida knocked out service to more than 98,000 homes and businesses...