SECO Energy Members Win Prizes for Saving Energy During Cold Weather Weekend

SECO Energy Members Win Prizes for Saving Energy During Cold Weather Weekend

SECO Energy prepared for colder-than-average temperatures last weekend by asking members to turn down their thermostats and save energy to preserve electric grid stability. The incentive drawing was released on Friday evening on social media, SECOEnergy.com and distributed to local media outlets. More than 50,000 members read the communications about the thermostat incentive drawing and […]

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SECO News February 2022

SECO News February 2022

  Wynn’s Wire     Dear Members,   It is my distinct pleasure to be serving as your new SECO Energy CEO. My energy-industry career is rooted in Florida. From 1981 to 1997, I worked at West Florida Electric Cooperative. My tenure culminated there as Vice President of Member Services, Information Technology, Marketing and Economic […]

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SECO News January 2022

SECO News January 2022

Dear Members,   On behalf of the Board of Trustees and SECO Energy, please join us in welcoming Curtis Wynn as our new CEO. Mr. Wynn takes the helm on January 4, stepping into Jim Duncan’s role as he retires after a distinguished 43-year SECO career.    Mr. Wynn’s energy industry career is rooted in […]

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SECO News December 2021

SECO News December 2021

  Happy Trails, J.D.!   Dear Members,   I announced my retirement from SECO Energy earlier this year after 43 years of service. Time has flown, and this major life change is bittersweet and much more emotional than I’d ever anticipated. Much has changed over the last four decades, but growth has been the constant […]

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SECO News November 2021

SECO News November 2021

Just in time for the Christmas season, SECO Energy members are cashing in on Capital Credits. At the September Trustees’ Meeting, your Board approved another record-high Capital Credit retirement of $6.46 million to current and former members. Your Capital Credit retirement amount appears on your November billing statement.   SECO Energy was founded as Sumter […]

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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, Seminole Electric 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. […]

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SECO News September 2021

SECO News September 2021

Thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle (EV)? Visit SECOEnergy.com to watch our Virtual EV Showcase featuring yours truly in a brief cameo appearance. Not only will you have a chance to win a Level 2 fast charger or a $500 electric bill credit, but you’ll also find the latest details on a wide variety of […]

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SECO News, August 2021

SECO News, August 2021

  Duncan’s Digest – Enroll in Surge Protection – Win a Generator   Dear Members,   The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. The Colorado State University (CSU) Tropical Meteorology Project team released an updated forecast for this year’s hurricane season. This team of experts has maintained its prediction that […]

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SECO News, July 2021

SECO News, July 2021

  Duncan’s Digest – Solar Investments – Sensible or Scam?   Dear Members,   Solar system Inquiries from members are on the rise. Currently, nearly 2,600 SECO Energy members have chosen to invest in member-owned solar systems. SECO is a reliable source of information about solar power for our members, but unfortunately, we hear from […]

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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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