ADDRESSCHANGE

For address changes please contact your electric cooperative by clicking on their name below:

Your co-op is where you pay your bill. It can also be found at the top of your Cooperative Living Magazine. (see example to right)

Make sure to include previous address, new address and contact information such as phone or email.

If you receive the Virginia’s Electric issue and don’t get the magazine through a co-op, please fill out and submit the form below to make a change to your address:
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Come to the Crossroads with Cooperative Living!

Vint Hill began as a manor home and farm that transformed from a Civil War and early 20th-century estate into a top-secret Army station. After the Army closed Vint Hill Farms Station in 1997, the Vint Hill Economic Development Authority (VHEDA), with assistance from Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC), began revitalizing the place.

Check it out in the February issue of Cooperative Living or go to co-opliving.com/lifestyle/crossroads/

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Ever wondered why cooperatives were formed and how they became so important in the growth of rural America? Check out this article from the October 2011 issue of Cooperative Living!

The Cooperative Story - All across America, and especially in rural America, cooperative businesses are intricately woven into the material that gives the nation its strength. bit.ly/2HhHVYm

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