June 27, 2022

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SMECO Wants to Prevent Scams

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Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative offers hints to keep its customers from prevent being scammed.

Credits to Be Issued to SMECO Members


Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative’s eligible active members will receive credits on their bills, and checks will be issued to eligible former members, as the company is refunding capital credits totaling nearly $6.6 million.

Save the Date: SMECO Annual Meeting

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Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative wants its members to be prepared to vote at the annual meeting to be held August 26, 2021.

Four Earn SMECO Scholarships


Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative has awarded four scholarships for 2021 to high school seniors Maryam Amosu, Noelle Carpenter, Joseph Cottle, and Kelly Coulby.

SMECO Opens Another EV Charging Station

EV Charging Station

Another Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative EV Recharge public charging station for electric vehicles has opened in St. Mary’s County.

SMECO Honors STEM Educators


Twenty-four science, technology, engineering, and mathematics educators were honored by Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative.

SMECO Unveils EV Charging Station in La Plata

EV charging station

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative has opened its first electric vehicle public charging station in Charles County at Laurel Springs Regional Park in La Plata.

SMECO Begins Board Election Process

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The Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative Board of Directors appointed the 2021 Nominating Committee at its March meeting. The committee will meet in May to select candidates for the five board positions to be elected this year.

Math Competition Goes Virtual

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Social distancing precautions took the 2021 MATHCOUNTS competition to a virtual platform. During the event held February 5-6, local middle schoolers enjoyed the fast-paced challenge testing their math skills.

SMECO: Be Safe Around Power Lines

Power Lines

Spring is here and warmer weather means many Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative members will be heading outdoors for projects around the house and yard. The cooperative urges you to stay safe and be aware of overhead power lines.