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Planned Power Outage – May 21st from 8-10 AM

Please be advised that CEC will conduct a planned power outage on Tuesday, May 21st, from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. This outage is necessary to make upgrades to our electric facilities and it should take no longer than two hours. The areas affected by this outage include Hwy 29 south from SEC Kubota to Kearley Road and all of Sugar Hill subdivision, as well as Blake Pruitt Road and the east end of Creekwood Road. These areas are in Covington County. Members with questions or concerns may contact Jeffery Rolling at 334-208-9970.

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Going Solar

Covington Electric Cooperative is your trusted source for solar energy information.

Solar Demo Project – Some CEC members have expressed a desire for renewables to be a part of our energy mix. The CEC 9.6 kW solar demonstration site located at our headquarters on Highway 84 in Sanford, allows members to learn about the advantages and disadvantages of solar energy to help them determine whether it’s a good fit for their home. Click on the Solar Demo icon below to learn more and monitor the system’s energy output in real time.

Residential Solar – Are you considering installing a solar array at your home? CEC strongly encourages its members to get all the facts before making that decision. You can click on the Residential Solar icon below to quickly get answers to common questions and access our Solar Tool Calculator to help determine if a major investment in solar is right for you.

For answers to other solar questions, just click on the icons below.