Clay Electric received a wave of reports of telephone scam attempts on Friday, April 28. The cooperative once again reminds its residential and commercial members that it does not... Continue Reading ›
Read about Rodney Sheffield - a Clay Electric Member who installed a photovoltaic system - as featured in our May 2009 Kilowatt Newsletter.
Read about Howard and Barbara Beck - Clay Electric Members who installed a photovoltaic system - as featured in our May 2011 Kilowatt Newsletter.
Member Generated Power
Seminole Electric Cooperative, Inc., through Clay Electric, will purchase electricity generated and delivered to Clay Electric from any of its members' qualifying small photovoltaic systems of 100kW or less, under the provisions of section 25 of the Miscellaneous Rate Charges.
Notify Clay Electric if you receive power from an alternative energy source
The State of Florida requires that Clay Electric keep track of the amount of electricity received via customer-owned alternative energy sources. At present, the co-op has 480 members who own renewable (solar) systems that generate electricity for their homes. These systems generate electricity for home use and excess power is returned to Clay's distribution system. The co-op records, using a special meter, the amount of electricity returned to the co-op's system.
If you own or plan to have one of these systems installed, please make sure you've signed an Interconnection Agreement with Clay Electric. The State of Florida requires that all customers who have systems that are or will be connected to the electrical grid have an Interconnect agreement signed with the receiving utility. It is the member's responsibility to notify Clay that they're operating or plan to operate an alternative energy system. This is important for safety reasons and for billing purposes, and to ensure the member receives proper credit for putting power back into the co-op's distribution system.
Contact the co-op's Energy Services Division for more information.