SUMTER ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. Company Profile
One of the largest of the more than 900 US electric cooperatives, Sumter Electric Cooperative helps lights to shine across the Sunshine State when the sun does not shine. Known as SECO, the customer-owned utility distributes electricity to about 200,000 homes and businesses across rural Central Florida (Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Levy, Marion, Pasco, and Sumter counties). The co-op operates 12,000 miles of power lines and 48 substations. SECO's engineers design electrical facilities for new shopping centers and business parks and perform cost estimates for putting utilities underground in subdivisions. The co-op is a member of, and receives generation and transmission services from, Seminole Electric Cooperative.
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