SECO News October 2021

SECO News October 2021

Without question, your electric service is supported by an extensive, robust and well-maintained infrastructure that distributes power generated by our wholesale power provider, SeminoleElectric Cooperative. Like SECO Energy, Seminole is a not-for-profit cooperative owned collectively by nine Florida electric distribution cooperatives.   Each distribution co-op’s CEO serves on the Seminole Board – myself included. In […]

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SECO Energy Tracking Tropical Depression Fred

SECO Energy Tracking Tropical Depression Fred

SECO Energy is tracking Tropical Depression Fred as it moves closer to the Florida Peninsula. Currently a tropical depression, forecasters predict that Fred will pick up speed and intensity to become a tropical storm before making landfall.   Tropical Depression Fred is moving west-northwest at 10 mph with sustained winds of 35 mph. The National […]

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SECO Energy Recovers from Tropical Storm Elsa

SECO Energy Recovers from Tropical Storm Elsa

SECO Energy employees and contractors worked overnight and will continue throughout the day restoring outages caused by Tropical Storm Elsa. The storm strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane Tuesday evening as it approached the Tampa Bay area, but lost intensity and reverted back to tropical storm strength.   Currently, the storm is moving north at […]

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SECO Energy Braced for Tropical Storm Elsa

SECO Energy Braced for Tropical Storm Elsa

SECO Energy is monitoring Tropical Storm Elsa as it creeps closer to Florida’s Gulf Coast with a predicted landfall near Cedar Key. SECO Energy is StormReady and prepared for Tropical Storm Elsa’s impact to its service area late Tuesday night through Wednesday.   Tropical Storm Elsa has remained intact as it moved across Cuba and […]

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SECO Energy Preparing for Tropical Storm Elsa

SECO Energy Preparing for Tropical Storm Elsa

SECO Energy continues its preparations for Tropical Storm Elsa and the weather effects this storm will bring to its service area. Tropical Storm Elsa looks poised to make landfall at Cedar Key on Florida’s Gulf Coast sometime Tuesday evening.   The current forecast from the National Hurricane Center (NHC) shows Tropical Storm Elsa with maximum […]

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SECO Energy Tracking Hurricane Elsa

SECO Energy Tracking Hurricane Elsa

SECO Energy is tracking Hurricane Elsa as it continues toward Florida. While Elsa’s final track, eventual landfall and intensity remain uncertain, SECO Energy is preparing for the weather effects this storm will likely bring to its service area.   The National Hurricane Center (NHC) upgraded Elsa to a Category 1 hurricane at 8 a.m. today. […]

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SECO News, June 2021

SECO News, June 2021

  Duncan’s Digest – StormReady: Hurricane Season Warning   The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season began June 1. SECO Energy uses a unique and well-tested response plan that stands ready when typical afternoon thunderstorms occur and when our service area is affected by tropical storms or hurricanes. SECO is StormReady, and I urge you and your […]

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SECO News, May 2021

SECO News, May 2021

  Duncan’s Digest – 2021 “Just Business” Annual Meeting Recap   We celebrated our 2021 “Just Business” 83rd Annual Meeting on Thursday, March 25. We opted to hold the event virtually to avoid the large crowd that traditionally gathers for our onsite Annual Meetings. If you couldn’t watch live, you can watch the full video […]

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SECO News, December 2020

SECO News, December 2020

  Duncan’s Digest – 2021 United Way Pledge Drive   SECO Energy employees have been exceptionally generous this year. Their philanthropic spirit is fostered by one of our Cooperative Principles: Concern for Community. Many employees, some who are not members themselves, have joined me in supporting SECO’s Pennies from Heaven charitable fund. Employee and member […]

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SECO Energy Prepared for Tropical Storm Eta

SECO Energy Prepared for Tropical Storm Eta

SECO Energy is prepared for Tropical Storm Eta and its possible effects on its service territory. While Tropical Storm Eta’s ultimate track and intensity remain uncertain, SECO members should expect rain and wind to blanket the area.   The National Hurricane Center (NHC) forecasts that rainbands from Tropical Storm Eta will affect the area through […]

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