Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative
Owned by Those We Serve
Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a member owned organization providing competitive rates and reliable service while enhancing the quality of life of our neighbors in the Suwannee River Valley.
Your Dollars at Work
185th Road Substation Project
SVEC is always working towards improving service to our members. Currently one of SVEC's major projects is the improvement of the Howell service area. The Howell service area located in North West Suwannee County is the last service area on the SVEC system to receive a major overhaul.
Telephone and Email Scams----January 2014
Be aware of recent scams via the telephone and by email asking you to pay an amount towards your electric bill. Scammers have resorted to both methods.
The caller insists the member must call an 800 number with their credit card number to pay their unpaid electric bill; otherwise, their electrical service will be disconnected.
Also, we had reports of members receiving an email supposedly from SVEC asking for the member to click on a link in the email to make payment. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK !
THESE CALLS AND EMAILS ARE A SCAM......If you receive one of these calls or emails, do not give out any sensitive information, and please contact the appropriate law enforcement authority to report the incident.
If you or someone you know has a question about whether someone is a legitimate representative of Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative, call SVEC at (800) 447-4509 or (386) 362-2226 and ask for our Human Resources Department Director for employee verifications.
New Proposed Rules Limiting CO2 Emissions
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued new proposed rules limiting the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of new coal and natural gas based power plants. Because of this, the Administration has abandoned its “all-of-the-above” energy strategy and embraced an “all-but-one” approach that effectively prevents construction of new coal-based generation. Your help is needed today! Urge EPA to reconsider its “all-but-one” approach. Click on www.action.coop and let your voice be heard.