A regular update for leaders, members and friends of the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives
from Brian S. Mosier — President & CEO
September 2021 – Issue 1
Firefly Fiber Broadband is working with officials in Powhatan County, Va., and Dominion Energy to seek funds to build out high-speed internet in the county.
Glenn Youngkin, candidate for governor in Virginia, recently met with several electric co-op leaders in Lexington.
Five members of the board of directors were reelected at the 81st annual meeting of A&N Electric Cooperative.
Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative hosted U.S. Sen. Mark Warner for an informational tour on its Empower Broadband subsidiary.
In August, 40 NOVEC employees, including NOVEC HELPS members, spent a day assisting the House of Mercy Thrift Store and Food Pantry in Manassas and the Western Fairfax Christian Ministries food...
Brian Wolfe of the Rappahannock Electric Cooperative communications team umpired the Little League Softball World Series.
Prince George Electric Cooperative’s Ruralband subsidiary has helped rural Surry County, Va., achieve universal broadband coverage.
Incumbent directors were reelected at the 2021 annual meeting of Delaware Electric Cooperative, held virtually.
Community Electric Cooperative members reelected three directors at the 2021 annual meeting.
Members of Rappahannock Electric Cooperative elected three directors at the 2021 annual meeting.
Larry Howdyshell was reelected as a director at the 2021 annual meeting of Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative.
Nine line crew members from Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative traveled to help New Hampshire Electric Cooperative during Henri.
USDA has provided a $14.1 million grant to Firefly to build broadband in unserved Central Virginia counties.
Powell Valley Electric Cooperative Director Mikel Sharp died Aug. 9 in Tennessee.