SECO Energy CEO Curtis Wynn Informs Sumter County Chamber of Rising Costs

SECO Energy CEO Curtis Wynn Informs Sumter County Chamber of Rising Costs

SECO Energy Chief Executive Officer Curtis Wynn addressed the Sumter County Chamber of Commerce at the April 20 meeting held at The Villages Rohan Recreation Center in Wildwood.


Mr. Wynn was joined by SECO Energy Board of Trustee Officers Jerry Anderson (President) and Joyce Anderson (Secretary/Treasurer) and was introduced by SECO Energy’s Manager of Key Accounts & Revenue Programs Jeff Light. Jeff is a Chamber board member and is honored to be named volunteer of the year by the Chamber.


Coincidentally, Mr. Wynn and wife Selene recently became Sumter County residents. Just before the move, Mr. Wynn hosted the 2022 SECO Energy Virtual Annual Meeting and was eager to spread the “state of the company” news in person with the Sumter Chamber members. The overview included a review of rising capital and maintenance costs that are causing rate and fuel cost pressure for SECO Energy members. Supply chain issues were covered in detail, along with the labor shortage that is affecting so many businesses across the county, state and the nation.


Industry-related topics like solar energy, technology advancements in metering and electric vehicle potential were also part of Mr. Wynn’s presentation at the Chamber and during the Virtual Annual Meeting. To hear from Mr. Wynn and to win one of five prizes SECO Energy members can watch the 2022 Virtual Annual Meeting video and answer the question at by clicking on the homepage banner. Enter before June 15 for a chance to win one of the following prizes:


• $500 SECO Energy bill credit
• $250 SECO Energy bill credit
• Nest Learning Thermostat
• HoneyWell Wi-Fi Thermostat
• 2021 Apple TV HD


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