The Cooperative Review is the monthly newsletter for customer-members of Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative. The newsletter is inserted in customers’ electric bills.
Employees scheduled to move in to new Leonardtown office in June.
Senior VP of Engineering and Operations and COO retires.
Automate your electric bill with Budget Billing and AutoPay.
Cooperative highlights from 2020.
Keep the holidays safe.
SMECO holds its 82nd annual meeting with a record number of votes cast.
Take control with Account Manager.
Be prepared for hurricane season.
SMECO awards scholarships to four local high school seniors.
Pandemic shifts the way we work
2019 Annual Report
SMECO Sponsors 31st Southern Maryland Computer Bowl.
Follow these tips and watch out for scams
SMECO Board announces Sonja M. Cox as the new president and CEO
SMECO employees raise $57,450 for intellectually and developmentally disabled
SMECO CEO announces retirement
SMECO’s EmPOWER Maryland programs save you energy and money
SMECO holds 81st Annual Meeting—more than 7,800 vote in election
Big things are happening at SMECO’s Leonardtown facility
SMECO refunds members’ capital credits in July
Learn how to keep children and adults safe around power lines this summer
SMECO honors region’s outstanding math, science, and STEM teachers
2018 Annual Report
SMECO Sponsors 30th Southern Maryland Computer Bowl
SMECO holds 25th annual MATHCOUNTS competition
Know the facts if you are considering switching to an alternate supplier
SMECO employees raise $55,650 for Hospice in Southern Maryland
Saving, made simple...use your online Account Manager to track your energy use and get tips to save
You may have unclaimed funds waiting for you
SMECO holds 80th Annual Meeting—more than 6000 vote in election
Keep your distance from transformers
Learn how to stay safe around downed power lines
Redesigned bills and online enhancements improve communications to members
Use SMECO’s website for 1 free, quick, and easy online bill payment.
2017 Annual Report
Extreme wind causes severe and widespread damage throughout SOMD
Stay safe around power lines—look up
Opioid abuse is everyone’s problem
Be informed about Customer Choice and alternate suppliers