SECO Energy Expands Payment Options & Reopens Service Centers

SECO Energy Expands Payment Options & Reopens Service Centers

SECO Energy has expanded bill payment options for members. In fact, the not-for-profit cooperative now offers members the ease and convenience of 12 Ways to Pay that include in-person, drive-thru, online, by-phone options and more.   Members who choose to pay their bills electronically should enroll in SECO’s online account platform called SmartHub. Members can […]

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SECO Energy’s Pennies from Heaven Funds Bill Payment Assistance

SECO Energy’s Pennies from Heaven Funds Bill Payment Assistance

SECO Energy has allocated additional funding from the Pennies from Heaven program for bill payment assistance. The funds are administered through Florida 211 and local service agencies via the cooperative’s agreements with local United Way organizations.   SECO’s Pennies from Heaven program funds bill payment assistance for members each quarter. In the aftermath of the […]

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Sunshine State Stats April 2020

Sunshine State Stats April 2020

April was another warm month for Central Florida. The average temperature was 75.1 degrees which is 1.6 degrees warmer than the average April temperature. The lows dipped down to 55 degrees early in the month, and later the high peaked at 92 degrees three straight days and again on the 19th.     The average […]

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Commit to Safety During Electrical Safety Month

Commit to Safety During Electrical Safety Month

May is National Electrical Safety Month, and SECO Energy encourages members to commit to safety. Safety is SECO’s most important core value.   Electrical safety applies to everyone who uses electricity. Electric energy can burn and kill. According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (EFSI), over 51,000 American homes are damaged or destroyed by fires […]

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SECO News, May 2020

SECO News, May 2020

  Duncan’s Digest – Choose EV and Plug In To Win!   Florida is quickly emerging as a leader in electric vehicle (EV) sales. In early March, the Florida House passed Senate Bill 7018 that paves the way for the Florida Department of Transportation to work with the Florida Public Service Commission, Office of Energy […]

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