Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative (CVEC) was created to provide the municipalities of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard a way to work together to integrate clean, renewable energy as part of a more sustainable Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.
Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative (CVEC) works in concert with the ongoing mission of the Cape Light Compact to advance the interests of electricity consumers throughout Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard. To learn more about the mission of CVEC in conjunction with the Cape Light Compact, click here.
By the end of 2014 CVEC had successfully installed 28 megawatts of photovoltaics (PV)! The CVEC PV projects range from large PV arrays covering entire capped landfills on the Cape & Martha’s Vineyard to smaller arrays on the roofs of schools, police stations and town halls. On May 5th CVEC and the host towns won another award for its PV on capped landfills, this one from the Environmental Business Council. To read about this new award, click here.
To read a story about CVEC’s success in bringing solar to the Cape & Martha’s Vineyard in a cooperative way, click here.
To read about the evolution of the battery, click here!
State Representative Tim Madden with representatives from Tisbury, West Tisbury, Oak Bluffs, Duke's County, Clean Focus, American Capital Energy and the Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative gather on Tisbury's Capped Landfill, 9.30.14
Group gathers at Harwich Capped Landfill to celebrate construction completion of all Round 1 & 2 projects. 10.12.14
July 13, 2013 – Former CVEC Board Member, Maggie Downey, accepts award from Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative President, John Checklick, for her “enormous contributions in founding and growing CVEC.”