A publication of the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives

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Holiday Wish List

Holiday Wish List

You may be wondering what the perfect gift for friends and family this year might be, with energy prices increasing so much. Here are some ideas for your shopping list that can bring value beyond the gift itself—because these actually cut costs and save energy.

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Not Your Grandmother’s Kitchen

Not Your Grandmother’s Kitchen

Whether you’re a master chef or a culinary novice, smart appliances add convenience to any kitchen. Smart kitchen appliances can guide you step-by-step or even guide the cooking themselves.

Insulation Made Easy

Insulation Made Easy

When installed together, air sealing and insulation can save you money and make a big difference in comfort and energy use.

High Tech To High Touch

High Tech To High Touch

Innovation isn’t happening just in computer labs or on satellites rocketing into space. Electric co-ops lead the highly technical electric utility industry in areas such as renewable energy and installation of smart meters.

Cooperative Cybersecurity

Cooperative Cybersecurity

As cybersecurity threats continue to grow at home and in the workplace, it’s important to know what we can do, how we can work with others, and measures we can take to reduce our risk of cyber threats.

What’s up with Electric Vehicles?

What’s up with Electric Vehicles?

Plugging in can make sense at a time of high gas prices SEPTEMBER 2022 by Susan Gilbert, Contributing Columnist Alarming prices at the gas pump are causing more people to consider moving to all-electric vehicles. Electric companies are on board with increased use of...

Easy Ways to Help a Neighbor Save Energy

Easy Ways to Help a Neighbor Save Energy

On National Good Neighbor Day, which is Sept. 28, or any day this month, join in the cooperative spirit and help your neighbors, friends and family save at home with these do-it-yourself, energy-saving tips.

The Wild Side Of Electric Co-ops

The Wild Side Of Electric Co-ops

Animal encounters are nothing new for electric co-ops. Getting their start in the 1930s to serve rural areas that had no electricity, they’ve always been close to the land and its creatures.