Cooperative Review - June 2019
Vol69-6 June 2019
Cooperative Review - June 2019

SMECO honors region’s outstanding math, science, and STEM teachers

SMECO worked with the school systems of Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties to select and honor 22 educators with Outstanding Teacher awards for their leadership in the fields of mathematics, science, technology, and engineering.

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Environmental information for SMECO’s SOS

The following environmental information is for Standard Offer Service. The data are published at the request of the Maryland Public Service Commission. The data are based on a combination of 2018 regional averages and SMECO’s Purchase Power Agreements (PPAs) in place. Since the data include PJM Interconnection (the regional transmission organization) wholesale market averages, the SMECO-specific emissions data may vary from these averages.

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Around Town Calendar

Visit the Around Town Calendar to find out about upcoming events in Southern Maryland.

Be prepared to vote

Ballots will be mailed out on or about July 22, 2019. In 2019, SMECO members will be able to vote by mail or online. All completed ballots must be received by August 22, 2019.

SMECO conducts an annual members’ meeting for the purpose of electing directors and voting on bylaw changes. As a customer-member, you are an owner and have the right to vote.

The annual meeting will be held on August 29,and it is open to all members. We will conduct a basic business meeting beginning at 6 p.m. at Middleton Hall at 4045 Renner Road in Waldorf. Election results will be announced at the meeting.

Need help paying your bill?

You may be eligible for help from the Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) or the Electric Universal Service Program (EUSP) offered by the state.

Do you qualify?

If you qualify, you may receive payment assistance. Be advised that EUSP participants are required to be enrolled in a monthly budget payment plan. MEAP customers have the option to participate in a special budget payment plan offered through the Utility Service Protection Program (USPP). If you fail to make your monthly payments after being placed on a payment plan, you can be dropped from the program and your service can be turned off.

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