All Massachusetts municipalities and districts are invited to join the CVEC governmental electric cooperative as together we create a healthy and viable future through renewable energy development! To date, current members and participants have saved over $17 million cumulatively in energy costs.

Announcement (2.17.21):
Liz Argo, Executive Director of Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative (CVEC), will accept an early retirement from CVEC on March 1, 2021.  Argo was hired in 2013 to build CVEC.  Over the next 8 years she led the organization to become a major driver of renewable energy and energy storage for the 32 towns and governmental organizations that CVEC serves.

 Argo plans to remain active in the renewable energy community.  She will consult for CVEC and for others who wish to take advantage of her 15 years of experience in energy production and storage.  Liz Argo can be reached at 774-722-0446 or at lizargoconsulting@gmail.com.

Maria Marasco, Deputy Executive Director, will be acting Executive Director until the Board of Directors makes a new permanent appointment.  Maria can be reached at mmarasco@cvecinc.org or at (508) 619-7691.

To see Ongoing Production Data from CVEC’s 32 PV (~32MW) installations, click here.

To see Fiscal Year 2020 Production Reports for all 32 of CVEC’s PV projects’ with each participant’s total savings, click here.

To see recent press releases, click here 
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.