Are you interested in saving energy and money on your electric bill? SECO Energy’s Home Energy Assessment is an online home energy audit. Complete the assessment for specialized energy-efficiency advice that is tailored to your home and lifestyle. The Home Energy Assessment is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. After completion, you will receive an emailed list of tips and ideas customized to your home and lifestyle to boost energy efficiency.

Do you want to see the math associated with your energy usage? The Energy Estimator estimates the energy usage and related costs for the appliances and electronics in your home. Explore the Energy Estimator and provide your email address to receive energy-savings suggestions via email. Calculations are based on the current residential rate based on 1,000 kWh usage with Power Cost Adjustment credit applied.


Weather plays a significant role in your energy usage. Read over the last few months Sunshine State Stats to determine if temperatures align with your energy consumption. This step is required.


SmartHub allows you to explore and interactively graph past usage to compare current to past years. Log in or establish an account today.


SECO Energy offers a High Usage Investigation to verify the meter reading and calculate the load. No need for an appointment, and at this time of Coronavirus concerns, SECO employees cannot enter the home and will call/email their followup. Actual investigation results will be emailed.


Homeowners investing in energy efficiency home improvement projects would benefit from a free in-home energy audit with a qualified SECO Energy Services Specialist. The technician will inspect your windows, doors, appliances and heating/cooling unit to provide guidance on upgrading or replacing items to help you reduce your energy consumption. The Specialist will provide you with a report that details our recommendations. An appointment is required and you must be available onsite for this service.

Sunshine State Stats September 2020

Sunshine State Stats September 2020

The hot summer temperatures continued through most of September 2020 with 17 days of the month reaching over 90 degrees. The average high was 90 degrees and the average low was 74. The highest recorded temperature of the month was 95 while the lowest recorded was 62 degrees. The average temperature was 82 degrees, a little bit lower than the average temperature of 83.4 degrees in September 2019.


September 2020 Sunshine State Stats temps


A late-September cold snap teased Central Floridians that fall-like temperatures are on the way. The last day of the month, the high temperature was a lovely 79 degrees with a low of 62 degrees. Rainfall was higher at 5.53 inches compared to only 2.1 inches last September.


The tropics were especially active with ten named storms churning in the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico during September. Thus far in Central Florida, we are largely unaffected by tropical storms or hurricanes this season. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is still an active one. Keep your hurricane supplies stocked and ready in case a late-season storm heads our way.


October forecast:


The October forecast shows slightly cooler weather for Central Florida with highs in the low to mid 80s. Early morning and evening temperatures will be in the mid-70s to low-60s. It looks like we may have a rainy October that will usher in a cooler November.


Before winter temperatures arrive, consider scheduling an HVAC tune-up. Regular maintenance helps your unit run more efficiently and can diagnose small problems before they become bigger problems.


To check historical usage, log into SmartHub to view past bills and consumption charts. If your usage is high, SECO offers several energy-efficiency tools to help you identify energy wasters. Take the Home Energy Assessment to receive a detailed email tailored to your home’s features and lifestyle. The energy-saving advice will provide low-cost ways to decrease your usage – and your electric bill.


To easily calculate how much energy your appliances, lighting, electronic devices, and other energy-using items in your home consume, use the Energy Estimator.