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COVID-19 UPDATE

Until further notice, we will be restricting the number of people in the office at one time to conform to safe distancing practices and face coverings are required in all common areas inside our building and our lobby. We appreciate your patience.

Outage Resources

When the lights go out

See where there are power outages, report an outage or learn what to do if your power goes out.

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Energy

Use energy wisely and safely

Resources to help you manage your energy usage, find ways to save on your energy usage and conserve.

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Capital Credits

A membership exclusive

Your energy payments pay for the cost of bulk power and to run the Co-op. Any excess payments get returned to you as capital credits.

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Community Solar Farm Monthly Production

Membership Matters


How Americans Use Electricity

How Americans Use Electricity

The latest data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows the combined use of clothes washers and dryers, computers, dishwashers, small appliances and other electrical equipment (noted as "all other uses below") accounts for nearly 40% of electricity consumption in American homes.

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Santee Cooper Lawsuit Settlement May Benefit You

Santee Cooper Lawsuit Settlement May Benefit You

A class-action lawsuit involving the failed nuclear construction project in Fairfield County, jointly owned by Santee Cooper and SCE&G (now Dominion Energy), has recently been settled.

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Considering Solar? We’re Here to Help.

Considering Solar? We’re Here to Help.

Today’s consumers want and expect options, including the type of energy powering their homes. Many homeowners are looking for a less expensive form of energy with ongoing savings. Some are looking for a green energy source. These two motives are why many homeowners are exploring rooftop solar panels.

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February Energy Efficiency Tip of the Month

February Energy Efficiency Tip of the Month

Use wool or rubber dryer balls in the clothes dryer to reduce drying time and static.

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How To Find Us

Contact Information

Mailing Address:

Coastal Electric Cooperative, Inc.
2269 Jefferies Hwy.
Walterboro, SC 29488

Phone: 843-538-5700
Outages: 843-538-5800
FAX: 843-538-5081
E-mail: coastalelec@lowcountry.com

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