You Can Live the Solar Life

You Can Live the Solar Life

It is easier than ever for SECO Energy members to live the Solar Life. SECO Energy is offering members exclusive access to a brand new Cooperative Solar Project currently under construction in Hardee County adjacent to one of SECO’s wholesale power provider’s existing power plants. The 2.2 megawatt solar array consists of 8,040 panels and is scheduled to be operational by 2017.


SECO’s Solar Life initiative is perfect for members who want to live a greener lifestyle – but don’t want the hassle or expense of installing a rooftop solar array.


Living the Solar Life requires no upfront investment in panels, no roof holes, no insurance premiums and no maintenance costs. No need to worry about HOA or zoning restrictions. And no need to cut down trees to allow a rooftop solar system to produce at full capacity. Subscriptions in the Solar Life program carry no cancellation fee and no minimum term.


SECO Energy's Solar Life –The Hassel-Free Green Choice


Members who subscribe in Solar Life pay a flat monthly fee of $32. The members’ utility-supplied power cost will be offset by the monthly output of four panels of the two-megawatt array.


Visit our website’s Solar Power page to subscribe today. Panel subscriptions are first-come, first-served. If demand outweighs panel availability, interested members will be placed on a waiting list in anticipation of another large-scale solar project.


Live the Solar Life with SECO Energy, the hassle-free green choice.

3 thoughts on “You Can Live the Solar Life

  1. John connor - December 24, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    We are interested in your proposed solar program that puts four panels on our roof at a cost of $32 per month.

    • Jennfer Mielke - December 27, 2016 at 3:26 pm

      Thank you for your interest in SECO’s Solar Life program. SECO does not install solar panels on a member’s roof. This large scale solar array is located in Hardee County. Your utility-supplied power is offset by the monthly output of the four panels of the 2.2-megawatt array. The subscription fee is $32 a month.

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