News Maker Greg Rogers on SVEC’s incentive to join there next meeting

As we do the first Friday of each month, we check in with Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC).

Today we speak with SVEC President and CEO Greg Rogers who reminds us of the latest town hall meeting and has great incentives to join them in our latest news make.

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Greg does remind us that there is a town hall type meeting coming up in August and how to get involved.

He also tells us that there are some great incentives to take part in this informative meeting and election.

Incentives like $250 to $500 in credits.

Greg also has some money saving tips when it comes to the heat and your power bill.

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News Maker Greg Rogers on SVEC giving back to its members

Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) will return over $4 million to member owners or former member owners by way of Capital Credits.

We spoke to SVEC’s President and CEO Greg Rogers about that in our latest news maker.

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Greg has insight on how Capital Credit works and what it means to SVEC member owners.

He also tells where you can find more information on finding names of those entitled if they have moved out of the SVEC service area.

Greg also has a word of advice for those considering solar power installation.

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News Maker Greg Rogers on the Line Worker’s Rodeo and more

It’s the first Friday of May and that means a check in with Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC).

Today we spoke with SVEC President and CEO Greg Rogers in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County.

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Greg tells us that it is time for the annual Line Worker’s Rodeo and what is involved.

He tells us that SVEC Line Workers show off their skills and compete with other cooperative Linemen in Doswell Virginia.

Greg also tells us that SVEC will start doing their herbicidal maintenance and how the  cooperative uses environmentally safe materials to accomplish the work.

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News Maker Greg Rogers on the SVEC EV Grand Prix

The annual Electric Vehicle (EV) Grand Prix for high school students is set for next month.

We spoke to the sponsor of the event Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) President and CEO Greg Rogers about it in our latest news maker.

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Greg tells us all about the EV Grand Prix and how schools from one end of the valley to the other are involved.

He also has a great story about the sportsmanship between schools at one of the earlier events.

Greg also has information about powering your own EV at home.

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News Maker Greg Rogers on SVEC and Solar Power

Shenandoah County has a new solar power plant ready to be used.

As we do the first Friday of each month, we check in with Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) in our news makers.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County.

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Today we spoke to SVEC’s President and CEO Greg Rogers.

Greg tells us about SVEC’s Solar Plant and the opportunity to take advantage of it.

He explains how SVEC practices conservation in each step of the plant’s construction and operation.

Greg also tells us you can find out all about this latest plant and solar power here.

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News Maker Greg Rogers of SVEC on winter safety and scams

As we do the first Friday of each month, we are checking in with Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC).

Today SVEC President and CEO Greg Rogers joins us in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County.

Experience Warren County Where History, Nature, and Family Come Together.

Greg has warnings about scams this time of year yes even electrical power provider customers are targets.

He also explains how dangerous generators can be when it comes to inclement weather.

Greg also has some exciting news for school students with great opportunities available for a limited time.

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News Maker Greg Rogers of SVEC on remaining safe

Winter weather is coming, and Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) is ready 24 7.

We spoke with SVEC President and CEO Greg Rogers in our latest news maker about keeping yourself and crews safe.

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Greg reminds us that the move over law on roads applies to electrical crews as well.

He also has tips for generator use during outages as well.

Greg also has advice on effective and proper use of space heaters too.

Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative also wishes everyone a happy and safe holiday season.

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News Maker Greg Rogers on Oct. at SVEC

Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) is celebrating National Cooperative month.

As we do the first Fri. of every month we are talking with SVEC.

This month the President and CEO of SVEC Greg Rogers is with us in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Greg tells us about National Cooperative month.

He also explains the advantages of being a member of a cooperative.

Greg also explains that one of the codes of being in a cooperative is working with each other to correct problems that might occur as in the recovery from Hurricane Ian.

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News Maker Greg Rogers on Gaf-n-Go rodeo

We are all invited to attend the Gaf-n-Go Line Worker’s Rodeo in Doswell Virginia.

This is an annual event that shows off the abilities of Electrical Line Workers.

As we do every first Friday of the month we spoke to Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) CEO and President Greg Rogers in our latest news maker.

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Greg tells us about this fun and competitive event May 13 and 14.

He also tells us that any Line Worker is able to enter the competition.

Greg also tells us how the competition allows the general public to view the remarkable work that the Line Workers do all the time.

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SVEC’s Greg Rogers on calling 811

With nicer weather on the way Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) wants to remind us to know before we dig.

As we do every first Fri. of the month we check in with SVEC to see what the cooperative has for the month.

This month we spoke with SVEC President and CEO Greg Rogers about knowing before you dig in our latest news maker.

The good news is brought to you by The Town of Front Royal.

Greg reminds us how important it is to call 811 before starting any digging project on your property.

He reminds us that if you should break an underground utility you could face fines.

Greg also reminds us that you should call at least three days before the project begins.

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