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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SECO Energy Scores Impressive 88 in Latest ACSI

SECO Energy Scores Impressive 88 in Latest ACSI

SECO Energy scored an impressive 88 in the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) for 2017. SECO members have remained consistently satisfied with the cooperative’s performance; SECO’s ACSI rating has hovered at nearly 90 over the last few years.   ACSI is a leading customer satisfaction benchmark measuring customer satisfaction for hundreds of products and […]

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SECO Energy Hosts Record-breaking Crowd at 80th Annual Meeting

SECO Energy Hosts Record-breaking Crowd at 80th Annual Meeting

SECO Energy welcomed a record-breaking crowd to its 80th Annual Meeting of the Membership on Saturday, March 24. Attendance reached into the thousands as members, employees and VIP guests were treated to breakfast, live entertainment, gifts and more. Members voted overwhelmingly in favor of SECO’s Board-recommended Bylaws revision.   Over 6,700 registered members, guests, vendors, […]

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SECO Buys Marion County Students’ Swine and Steer

SECO Buys Marion County Students’ Swine and Steer

Last week, Kathy Judkins, SECO Energy’s Deputy Director for Civic, Charitable and Government Affairs, purchased one steer and three swine at the Marion County Southeastern Youth Fair at the Ocala Live Stock Pavilion.   Each year, hundreds of students glean from the exposure they’ve received from participating in the youth fair. They learn how to […]

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Members Re-elect District 8 Trustee Bill James

Members Re-elect District 8 Trustee Bill James

On Thursday, February 1, members who attended the District Meeting voted to re-elect Bill James to represent District 8 on SECO Energy’s Board of Trustees. James became a SECO member in 2002 and was first elected to the Board in 2010.   SECO Energy is a not-for-profit electric cooperative, operated for and owned by its […]

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SECO Members Use 30% More Energy in January

SECO Members Use 30% More Energy in January

To help members understand increasing energy bills this winter, SECO Energy has published its Central Florida January weather blog   January 2018 was much colder than January 2017. The average low in January was a chilly 46 degrees – last year at the same time the average low was a warmer 54 degrees. Central Florida […]

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Sunshine State Stats, January 2018

Sunshine State Stats, January 2018

January 2018 was much colder than January 2017. The average low temp for January 2018 was a chilly 46 degrees. The average high this year was only 56 degrees – last year at the same time the average high was 64 degrees. Central Florida residents experienced ten days of lows in the 30s and one day […]

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SECO News, February 2018

SECO News, February 2018

Members, mark your calendar and plan to attend SECO Energy’s 80th Annual Meeting of the Membership on Saturday, March 24, where we will celebrate hitting our 200,000 meter milestone. I hope you’ll come celebrate with us.   The event is centrally located at our Sumterville Compound at 293 S. Highway 301. Registration opens at 8 […]

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Sunshine State Stats, November 2017

Sunshine State Stats, November 2017

November 2017 was slightly warmer than the previous November, so members may have been running their HVAC units more frequently than last year at this time. Thus, your November bill this year may be higher than last year’s November bill. The average temperature came in at 69°, while November of 2016 had an average temperature […]

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Sunshine State Stats, October 2017

Sunshine State Stats, October 2017

October 2017 was slightly warmer than the previous October, so members’ usage and bills may be slightly higher than in October 2016. The average temperature came in at 77°, while October 2016 had an average temperature of 75°. Rainfall in October 2017 came in at 2.63 inches compared to last October at 1.90 inches.   […]

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