News Maker Casey Hollins on REC preventing power outages

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) has many different ways to prevent power outages all year round.

We spoke with REC’s Managing Director of Communications and Public Relations Casey Hollins about the process in our latest news maker.

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Casey tells us that there are new ways REC is checking the power lines and equipment and how often it is done.

She also tells us what you should do if you see a potential problem like older trees or broken equipment.

Casey also tells us how much property they cover and how much equipment that the Cooperative has to cover.

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News Maker Casey Hollins on saving money with REC

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative is working to save its member owners money on both electric bills and shopping for the holidays.

We spoke with REC’s Managing Director of Communications and Public Relations Casey Hollins about it in our latest news maker.

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Casey tells us that not only will certain lighting can save you money but REC is offering consumer buying power.

She tells there is Vividly Brighter Marketplace for member owners.

Casey says Vividly Brighter Marketplace card holders will save on several items in the market place.

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News Maker Casey Hollins REC and tree and vegetation maintenance

Recently we have experienced a number of power outages in several communities.

Often trees are the cause of the disruptions.

We spoke to Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s Managing Director of Communications and Public Relations Casey Hollins about the outages in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Casey explains how REC cuts back on both trees and outages.

She explains that the cooperative has regular maintenance with a whole division that works year around to cut back on branches and more.

Casey goes on to explain how we can help in the effort by both reporting possible trouble spots to avoiding future problems when planting.

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News Maker Casey Hollins on a cost reduction for REC members

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) has some exciting news in these days of higher cost for everything.

We spoke to REC’s Managing Director of Communications and Public Relations Casey Hollins about this thing that is rarely heard of in this day and age in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Casey tells us that a cost reduction is coming starting August 1 for REC Cooperative members.

She also tells us of other cost saving measures that are available that can be used now to reduce bills even further especially in the summer time.

Casey also tells us how important it is to be prepared for summer storms and the tools that help with that as well.

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