SECO News October 2021

SECO News October 2021

Without question, your electric service is supported by an extensive, robust and well-maintained infrastructure that distributes power generated by our wholesale power provider, SeminoleElectric Cooperative. Like SECO Energy, Seminole is a not-for-profit cooperative owned collectively by nine Florida electric distribution cooperatives.   Each distribution co-op’s CEO serves on the Seminole Board – myself included. In […]

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SECO Energy Back-To-School Program Funds $3,000 for Sumter County Schools Enhancement Foundation

SECO Energy Back-To-School Program Funds $3,000 for Sumter County Schools Enhancement Foundation

SECO Energy’s back-to-school program allocated Sumter County Schools Enhancement Foundation $3,000 for the county’s use in educational initiatives. As a not-for-profit local electric cooperative, SECO believes in supporting the communities it serves.   The Sumter Schools Enhancement Foundation is a non-profit organization that enhances educational opportunities for students by providing incentives for achievement, helping students […]

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August 2021 Sunshine State Stats

August 2021 Sunshine State Stats

Hot summer temperatures continued in August 2021 as the highest daily temperature recorded was 99 degrees. The lowest recorded temperature for the month was 73 degrees. Rainfall decreased from last month to measure 4.8 and is below August’s average of 7.76 inches.     During August’s 31 days, 24 of those reached a high temp […]

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SECO News September 2021

SECO News September 2021

Thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle (EV)? Visit SECOEnergy.com to watch our Virtual EV Showcase featuring yours truly in a brief cameo appearance. Not only will you have a chance to win a Level 2 fast charger or a $500 electric bill credit, but you’ll also find the latest details on a wide variety of […]

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