SECO Energy Congratulates 2018 Scholarship Awardees

SECO Energy Congratulates 2018 Scholarship Awardees

May 1, 2018 – SECO Energy is a not-for-profit electric cooperative operating for the benefit of its members. As a member-focused cooperative, SECO is committed to delivering reliable, safe, affordable power to its members and focuses on community enrichment.   SECO Energy’s Board of Trustees first approved the scholarship program for local students in 1996. […]

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Sunshine State Stats, April 2018

Sunshine State Stats, April 2018

April 2018 was slightly cooler on average than April 2017. The average temperature was 72°, while April of 2017 had an average temperature of 74°. Rainfall for April of 2018 was 3.46 inches compared to last April at 2.33 inches.     There were 208 cooling degree days and 6 heating degree days for April […]

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Nature’s Reflections – Florida Osprey

Nature’s Reflections – Florida Osprey

The Fish Eagle – Master of the Catch   The osprey (Pandion haliaetus), Florida’s fish eagle, gets its name from the Latin word for sea eagle. These eagle-like birds of prey catch fish with impeccable precision and finesse. Measuring 21 to 24 inches in length, ospreys have long, pointed wings spanning six feet. The head, […]

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SECO News, May 2018

SECO News, May 2018

Duncan’s Digest   Founded in 1938, SECO Energy is a not-for-profit electric cooperative currently serving over 200,000 homes and businesses in Central Florida with affordable, reliable power. As a member, you depend on us during extreme heat, cold, inclement weather and especially during hurricane season.     Our newly produced “Rugged, Reliable and Ready” video […]

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SECO Energy Board of Trustees Elects 2018 Officers

SECO Energy Board of Trustees Elects 2018 Officers

SECO Energy’s Board of Trustees elected its 2018 officers during the regularly scheduled Trustees’ Meeting on Monday, April 23. The Board voted District 9 Trustee Jerry Hatfield as President; District 4 Trustee Richard Dennison as Vice President; and District 8 Trustee Bill James as Secretary-Treasurer.     As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, SECO Energy is […]

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SECO Energy Donates Bucket Truck to Lake-Sumter State College

SECO Energy Donates Bucket Truck to Lake-Sumter State College

SECO Energy is a Central Florida not-for-profit cooperative that is one of the top ten employers in Sumter County, offering competitive wages, generous benefits, a defined-benefit pension and a robust paid-time-off program. As a co-op, SECO Energy is also focused on community involvement and partnerships.   “Over a decade ago, SECO Energy recognized a private/public […]

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SECO Serves As Starting Leg of Special Olympics Run

SECO Serves As Starting Leg of Special Olympics Run

On Wednesday morning, SECO Energy’s employees eagerly cheered for the participants of the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Sumter County’s leg of the Torch Run started at SECO Energy’s headquarters located at SR 470 and Highway 301 for the third consecutive year.   For decades, more than 300 different Florida law enforcement […]

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SECO Buys FFA and 4-H Pigs at Lake County Fair

SECO Buys FFA and 4-H Pigs at Lake County Fair

On Saturday, April 17, Jerry Hatfield, District 9 Board of Trustee and Kathy Judkins, Deputy Director for Civic, Charitable & Government Affairs, purchased four pigs on behalf of the not-for-profit electric cooperative at the Lake County Fair.   Hundreds of Future Farmers of America (FFA) and 4-H students throughout Lake County enthusiastically participate in the […]

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SECO Buys Citrus County Student’s Steer

SECO Buys Citrus County Student’s Steer

Last night, Ben Brickhouse, SECO Energy’s VP of Engineering, purchased a steer on behalf of the not-for-profit electric cooperative at the Citrus County Association’s Youth Fair at the Citrus County Fairground.   Each year, hundreds of FFA and 4-H students are issued a comprehensive record book that involves logging the process and growth development of […]

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Sunshine State Stats, March 2018

Sunshine State Stats, March 2018

March 2018 was slightly cooler on average than March 2017. The average temperature was 65°, while March of 2017 had an average temperature of 67°. Rainfall for March of 2018 was 2.03 inches compared to last March at 0.80 inches.     There were 84 cooling degree days and 67 heating degree days for March […]

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