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By Steven Johnson | ECT Staff Writer Electric Co-op Today Editor’s note: In a special report, ECT.coop and RE Magazine look at the effect of EPA’s Clean Power Plan on a... Continue Reading ›

Beginning this month, Clay Electric Co-op lowered the Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) on members’ monthly power bills. A lower PCA will mean lower cost electricity for members of the... Continue Reading ›

The 2015 hurricane season got underway this week, and while forecasting agencies are predicting a lower chance of a major hurricane striking Florida, it only takes one storm to... Continue Reading ›

Clay Electric’s remote meter reading service enables a co-op meter reader to read the meter without entering the homeowner’s property. As of June 1, the monthly charge for this... Continue Reading ›

Former Clay Electric Co-op Board of Trustees member Robert S. “Doc” Mullins of Starke passed away on Monday, May 25. He was 87. Mr. Mullins retired from the co-op board in 2012... Continue Reading ›

Clay Electric is warning its residential and commercial members to be aware of scams being attempted by persons who demand immediate payment of delinquent bills. Across the... Continue Reading ›

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EPA rule puts Florida plant, community in jeopardy

Seminole Electric Cooperative's coal-fired generating station in Palatka could go dark if the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to control carbon dioxide emissions from existing coal plants becomes reality. At stake are the fates of about 300 employees at Seminole Generating Station, as well as 400 to 500 related jobs in Florida’s poorest county. Higher electric bills for cooperative members also would be a certainty.

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