SECO News, March 2016

SECO News, March 2016

  Solar Support   I’ve been pretty vocal over the years in candidly explaining the merits and drawbacks of rooftop residential solar installations. The good news is that installations are more affordable as costs come down. The bad news is that a subsidy is still required to support such investments.   SECO has been successful in […]

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Supreme Court Puts Brakes on EPA “Clean Power Plan”

Supreme Court Puts Brakes on EPA “Clean Power Plan”

Yesterday, Tuesday, February 9, in a landmark 5-4 decision the United States Supreme Court halted implementation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) so-called “Clean Power Plan” until its legality can be reviewed in federal court. This pause in implementation is referred to as a “stay.”   “I can’t tell you how pleased I was […]

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Citizens for Cooperative Power Successful Petition Certification

Citizens for Cooperative Power Successful Petition Certification

At this week’s Bushnell City Council meeting, Alex Patton with Ozean Media and Citizens for Cooperative Power (CFCP) addressed the council during the citizens’ forum. Patton advised that Bushnell citizens had recently organized to advocate for a change to the City’s charter. CFCP initiated the petition process in October, and quickly gathered the required number […]

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SECO Energy Earns J.D. Power Ranking; Showcases New Logo

SECO Energy Earns J.D. Power Ranking; Showcases New Logo

SECO Energy, a not-for-profit cooperative delivering power through nearly 200,000 meters across seven Central Florida counties, ranks highest in among midsize utilities in the South region according to the J.D. Power 2015 Electric Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study. To commemorate the honor and strengthen the company’s brand identity, a new logo was developed.   The […]

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