June 29, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

SMECO Helps Out-of-Work Members


If your income has been affected by the pandemic, don’t wait: Contact SMECO about payment arrangements and also for information on where to apply for assistance.

SMECO Rate Reduction Takes Effect in May

Energy Rates

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative has received the OK to lower the power supply rates that customer-members pay for electric service.

SMECO Honors Outstanding Teachers

Twenty educators were honored by Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative for their leadership in the fields of mathematics, science, technology, and engineering.

Hammett Leaves SMECO Board After 30 Years


Samuel “Jack” Hammett has resigned his seat on the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative Board of Directors. He served on the board for 30 years.

SMECO Board Accepting Nominations

Energy Rates

The Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative Board of Directors has appointed 10 members to its 2020 Nominating Committee scheduled to meet May 13.

Students Show Off Computer Skills


The Southern Maryland High School Computer Bowl, sponsored by SMECO, was held March 7 at North Point High School in Waldorf.

March 20 St. Mary’s Coronavirus Updates


Updated news and announcements for Friday, March 20, related to the coronavirus pandemic.

During Outbreak, SMECO Stops Disconnects for Non-Payment


In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative is suspending electric disconnects for non-payment.

SMECO Files for a Rate Decrease

Energy Rates

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative has submitted a filing to the Maryland Public Service Commission to reduce its base energy charges by more than 10% for residential customers.

SMECO Math Contest Draws 150 Students

Math Contest

The 26th annual regional MATHCOUNTS competition Feb. 1 brought middle school students from throughout Southern Maryland together to challenge their math skills. The event was sponsored by the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative.