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 […]

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SECO News, September 2016

SECO News, September 2016

Conduct a Home Energy Assessment Online   Your happiness with SECO Energy is dependent on low rates, high reliability and help managing your energy use to keep your bills low. As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, we’re one of those rare companies that actually want you to use less of our product. So to help you […]

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SECO Energy Welcomes New Villagers

SECO Energy Welcomes New Villagers

SECO Energy representatives Melanie Hinde and J.D. Simmons joined The Villages Homeowner’s Association at their monthly Newcomer’s Meeting on Tuesday, July 12, at The Colony Recreation Center in The Villages.   Over 130 new Villagers were introduced to a variety of service providers, such as SECO, Villages clubs and advocacy groups available in their area. […]

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SECO News, August 2016

SECO News, August 2016

  In 2015, the J. D. Power Electric Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study ranked SECO Energy “Highest in Customer Satisfaction Among Midsize Utilities in the South.” Words cannot express the gratitude our Board of Trustees, leadership team and employees felt after winning such a prestigious, humbling award. The entire cooperative was inspired, setting our sights […]

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Severe Weather Downs Trees, Lines and Poles in Ocala

Severe Weather Downs Trees, Lines and Poles in Ocala

Overnight, severe storms swept through SECO Energy’s service area and parts of Ocala were hard hit – including Marion Oaks.  Crews reported 40 separate outages in the Ocala area alone.  Feeders supplying power to more than 2,200 members from the SummerGlen substation were both disrupted. Fire departments immediately began reporting numerous trees, poles and lines […]

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Phone Scams on the Rise

Phone Scams on the Rise

SECO Energy is warning members and the public of an increase in the amount of phone scams involving utility bills. Several SECO members have called to report questionable phone calls.   “Energy Efficiency” companies are calling members offering to “help” reduce their energy usage. The person on the line offers an energy audit or wants […]

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J.D. Power Ranks SECO Energy Highest

J.D. Power Ranks SECO Energy Highest

SECO Energy, a not-for-profit electric cooperative serving seven counties in Central Florida, ranks highest in customer satisfaction among all electric cooperatives nationally according to the J.D. Power Electric Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study released today.   This is the second J.D. Power award earned by the cooperative. In 2015, SECO Energy was ranked “Highest in […]

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Elementary Students Learn About Electrical Safety

Elementary Students Learn About Electrical Safety

Gus Kornegay, Energy Services Specialist, presented SECO Energy’s “Kids and Electrical Safety” presentation to almost 200 elementary students at The Villages Charter Elementary School on Thursday, July 7.   “Kids and Electrical Safety” is a visual display that uses lights and sounds to demonstrate the dangers of electricity. Specifically designed for grade school students, children […]

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SECO Donates to Habitat for Humanity

SECO Donates to Habitat for Humanity

SECO Energy is adding to the beauty of the urban forest and energizing the community by donating trees and shrubs to Habitat for Humanity Lake-Sumter. The collection of cypress trees, loropetalum bushes, bougainvillea and lily hybrids will be planted at various Habitat projects in Lake and Sumter counties.   SECO Energy is nationally recognized as […]

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SECO News, July 2016

SECO News, July 2016

  Do you want to engage with SECO? I can think of at least ten ways for you to connect with us. You can: Call Email Tweet Fill out a web form Upload Instagram photos Watch our YouTube channel Send a Facebook private message Comment on the Newsroom blog Check-in or comment on Facebook Visit […]

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