Thank you for interest in the cooperative's actions related to COVID-19. Please scroll down to view past and present information. We appreciate your concern as we continue to monitor the pandemic and take necessary steps to help protect Team SEMO, while we continue to work to make people's lives better with electricity and fiber. Thanks - CEO Sean Vanslyke
Sean J. Vanslyke
As we work together to fight Coronavirus, our obligation to make lives better with juice and fiber is even more critical. A few weeks ago we hosted nine cooperatives for a Fiber Fly-in to discuss best practices. While travel is curtailed, we would be willing to talk and/or video conference with cooperatives about fiber-to-the-home projects. Please let us know. We will work together to stop the pandemic. We will continue to work together to make people’s lives better... Cooperation among Cooperatives.
A mentor of mine once told me that prayer should be our first action. Therefore, say a prayer for the pandemic to end soon.
by Sean J. Vanslyke - email@example.com
Save the Date
SEMO Electric’s Annual Membership Meeting is set for Monday, May 11, 2020, at the Miner Convention Center. Doors will open at 5 p.m. for snacks and live music by Brothers Walker. The business meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Please mark your calendar.
3,200 GoSEMO Subscribers
Less than two years ago, SEMO Electric Cooperative started connecting homes, farms and businesses with GoSEMO Fiber – high-speed, fiber-fast Internet. Today, we have more than 3,200 subscribers connected. The reaction from first-time fiber Internet users is overwhelmingly positive: “It’s really fast!”
Welcome to 2020
As we enter a new year, I simply want to say thank you for being an engaged member-consumer of SEMO Electric Cooperative. If you are taking time to read, you are at least staying abreast of the cooperative’s activities. I want to say thank you to Team SEMO and SEMO Electric’s Board of Directors for a shared sense of purpose and commitment to make people’s lives better with safe, reliable and low-cost electricity and fiber-fast Internet. We aren’t perfect, but we try to work safe, keep things tidy, act prudent and take care of our member-consumers.
Winter Energy Bills
The 2020 edition of the Farmers' Almanac suggests a suspenseful start to January over the eastern half of the country. This may mean frequent freefalling precipitation as well as strong and gusty winds. And a cold winter can bring an equally cold reality: higher heat bills. Keep your costs and energy use as low as possible by acting now to avoid energy bill shock.Two big ideas: 1) Start with a heating system checkup. Keep your heating system clean and in tip-top working order.
When you think about SEMO Electric Cooperative, you probably associate us with the local community. And you would be right. Our leadership team, board of directors and employees live and work right here in the community we serve. But you may not realize that SEMO Electric is actually part of a much larger cooperative network that brings additional value, tools and knowledge that benefit you, the members of the co-op.
When you think of October, pumpkins, Halloween and beautiful fall foliage naturally come to mind. But October is notable for another reason – it’s National Co-op Month! This is the time of year when cooperatives across the country, including SEMO Electric Cooperative, celebrate who we are and more importantly, the members we serve.