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SVEC Warns of Scams

5/20/20 Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative advises members to be aware of scam calls in which callers are demanding payment immediately or else threatening that power will be shut off. The cooperative would like to remind members that our employees will never call...

Prepare for Severe Weather

4/12/20 Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) encourages members to be prepared for significant rainfall and high winds in the forecast beginning Sunday afternoon. SVEC will have extra support staff on standby, ready to respond, should outages occur and...

Keep the Power Flowing

SVEC Works Hard to Protect People, Keep Power Flowing At Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative, we thought we’ve seen it all. There have been floods, blizzards, ice storms, heat waves and something apparently called a derecho. Through all of these events, our...

SVEC Offices Closing

UPDATED March 27, 2020 Beginning Friday, March 27, Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative encourages members to take advantage of remote payment options as well as kiosks and drop boxes at all office locations for members’ convenience. The cooperative asks that...

SVEC Waiving Disconnects and Late Fees

Together with all electric cooperatives in Virginia, effective immediately, and continuing until further notice, Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative is announcing that we are waiving disconnects for non-payment and suspending late payment penalty fees for our...