We have initiated the first phase of our smart meter project, which includes installation of electronic smart meters in one section of St. Charles, as well as installation of the supporting base stations that will communicate with the new meters.
Residents of the Cedar Lane Senior Living Community in Leonardtown can now save money and stay more comfortable thanks to their new Package Terminal Air Conditioner (PTAC) units. The PTAC units were possible thanks to a $50,000 EmPOWER Clean Energy Communities Program Grant the senior living community was awarded in July 2010.
Ninety-six young computer experts participated in a contest of knowledge and skill during the 22nd Annual Southern Maryland Regional Computer Bowl, held March 5 at Theodore G. Davis Middle School in Waldorf. Sponsors for the Computer Bowl are SMECO, the College of Southern Maryland, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the public school systems of Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties.
The 2011 Nominating Committee—appointed at the March meeting of SMECO’s Board of Directors—will meet on Saturday, June 4, 2011 at 9 a.m. to select candidates for SMECO’s Board. The meeting will be held in the Board Room of SMECO’s Executive Building in Hughesville, Maryland.
Call Miss Utility by dialing 811 before you plant a tree or shrub, start a garden, or install a fence. SMECO will mark the location of underground power lines on your property. One call will save you a lot of time, trouble, and money. It could also save your life!
Know what you want before you open the refrigerator door.
Decide what you want from inside the refrigerator or freezer before you open the door so you don't waste electricity by standing there looking inside.
Your local phone book has a long list of numbers to contact SMECO and it can get confusing knowing which number to use.
To reach our call center, call 1-888-440-3311.
To report an outage, call 1-877-74-SMECO (1-877-747-6326).
Visit us online at www.smeco.coop.