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About SECPA

Southeast Colorado Power Association, formed in 1937, is a not-for-profit cooperative electric utility serving all or parts of eleven southeast Colorado counties. Our customers are members of the cooperative and own the cooperative. A board of directors selected by the members, one from seven different geographic districts, governs the business.  Additionally, SECOM, a division of SECPA, provides high-speed telecommunication circuit.

 

Quick Facts:

  • POWER SUPPLIER: Tri-State Generation & Transmission, Inc. Denver, Colorado.
  • TERRITORY: Southeast Colorado Power’s 13,000 square-mile service territory includes all or portions of Baca, Bent, Cheyenne, Crowley, Kiowa, Las Animas, Lincoln, Otero, El Paso,
    and Prowers counties.
  • 2013 ASSETS: Southeast Colorado Power Association’s total assets as of December 31, 2013 are $82,736,314
  • DISTRIBUTION: 5,380 miles of distribution line.
  • TRANSMISSION: 304 miles of transmission line.
  • FIBER OPTIC: 1,299 miles of fiber optic cable.
  • 2013 PROPERTY TAXES: $543,351
  • 2013 ELECTRIC REVENUE: $27,108,317
  • 2013 TELECOM REVENUE: $5,727,090
  • 2013 kWh SOLD: 201,439,730 kWh
  • TYPES OF SERVICE: Farms, ranches, irrigation, residential, oil and gas pumping.

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