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Ben and Jerry's

From a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont, to far-off places with names we sometimes mispronounce, the journey that began in 1978 with 2 guys and the ice cream business they built is as legendary as the ice cream is euphoric.

Green Mountain Power

Green Mountain Power is the state’s largest electric utility with a 100-plus year history in Vermont

GMP's Vision: To use energy as a force for good that improves lives and transforms communities. We're focused on a new way of doing business to meet the needs of customers with integrated energy services that help people use less energy and save money, while continuing to generate clean, cost effective and reliable power in Vermont.

Vermont Gas Systems

Vermont Gas Systems was established in 1965 to supply natural gas to 6,400 customers in Chittenden and Franklin Counties. Over the years, residents and businesses in these communities have recognized natural gas to be a clean, efficient and abundant form of energy. Over 40,000 customers now recognize Vermont Gas’ commitment to providing safe, economical service.

The Vermont Gas story begins in the abundant natural gas fields of Alberta, Canada. Our natural gas is transported across Canada via the TransCanada PipeLine and enters Vermont Gas Systems’ main pipeline at Highgate, on the Vermont/Canada border. Our customers are served through a network of more than 650 miles of underground transmission and distribution lines.

The strength and financial stability of Vermont Gas is supported by its corporate family. Gaz Métro of Montréal, Québec owns Northern New England Energy Corporation, which in turn owns Vermont Gas. Gaz Métro is Quebec's largest natural gas company.

Vermont Electric Co-op

VEC was established in 1938 by farmers in the town of Eden with the goal of bringing electricity to rural Vermonters who had been bypassed by investor-owned utilities.

As a consumer-owned cooperative, VEC is a democratic organization controlled by its members. Members elect local representatives to serve on VEC’s twelve member board of directors to represent geographically-based districts and zones. These directors actively participate in setting policies, making decisions, and are accountable to the membership.

VEC's Vision: We believe in meeting the needs of our members by practicing cooperative principles in a transparent manner. We are striving to be an energy leader by providing innovative energy services, delivering reasonable rates in a regulatory environment, and adapting to changes that will shape our energy future. VEC is committed to operating in a safe manner that is socially and environmentally responsible. We will achieve success through the continuous development of a highly skilled and engaged workforce.

Washington Electric Co-op

Washington Electric Co-op is: 

Committed to providing energy from clean and renewable sources, and to helping our members use energy efficiently and wisely.
Committed to providing reliable and safe service throughout our rural territory.
Committed to involving, informing and educating our members

Asplundh Tree Experts

Since 1928, Asplundh Tree Expert has been dedicated to safe, efficient and innovative line clearance services to the utility industry. Reliable, uninterrupted power is an important service provided by the world's electrical utilities and Asplundh has the expertise to help keep the power flowing.

A family-owned and operated corporation headquartered near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Asplundh has grown to employ over 35,000 service professionals throughout the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

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