Seminole Electric Cooperative
Seminole Electric Cooperative is one of the largest generation and transmission (G&T) cooperatives in the country.
Seminole provides reliable, competitively-priced, wholesale electric power to its nine Member distribution electric cooperatives.
Seminole’s primary resources include the Seminole Generating Station (SGS) in northeast Florida and the Richard J. Midulla Generating Station (MGS) in south central Florida. Approximately 1.8 million people and businesses in parts of 42 Florida counties rely on Seminole’s Member cooperatives for electricity.
Seminole also owns and maintains more than 350 miles of transmission line. Seminole serves approximately 90 percent of its Member load using the transmission systems of other utilities under Open Access Transmission Tariffs.
Seminole is led by an experienced management group which is governed by a 27-member Board of Trustees. The Board is composed of three representatives from each Member cooperative. Seminole works to maintain a balanced and diversified generation portfolio. Seminole’s portfolio includes owned facilities, as well as capacity and energy provided through short-, medium-, and long-term purchased power agreements with other utilities, such as, independent power producers, and government entities (e.g. municipals and counties).
These resources reflect a mix of technologies and fuel types, including renewable energy*. The diversity of Seminole’s generation mix reduces exposure to changing market conditions, helping keep rates competitive.