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List attends Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives Youth Tour to Washington, D.C.

July 3, 2018

Ty List of Baltimore attended the Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., from June 8-14, representing South Central Power Company. The Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives Youth Tour is an annual youth leadership experience for high school sophomores and juniors from families served by electric cooperatives. On the trip, students visited the nation’s capital and […]Read more

Teays Valley Receives $45,000 Lighting Rebate From South Central Power

July 3, 2018

Teays Valley Local Schools recently completed a lighting upgrade at three schools, Ashville Elementary, Scioto Elementary and Walnut Elementary. New LED lighting in these facilities will lower Teays Valley’s energy consumption, and made the school system eligible for a $45,000 lighting rebate from South Central Power. “We are proud to partner with Teays Valley Schools […]Read more

Remittance Address Change

January 31, 2018

The remittance address for payments to South Central Power has changed.  The new address is: South Central Power PO Box 182058 Columbus OH  43218-2058 If you have any questions about this change, please give us a call at 800-282-5064.Read more

South Central Power Awards $10,000 Grant to Haven House

November 29, 2017

South Central Power has awarded a $10,000 grant to Haven House of Pickaway County Inc.  The funds will assist the Haven House with improvements to the organization’s newly purchased facility including installation of bathrooms, laundry rooms and more. “We thank South Central Power for helping to expand our ability to serve victims of domestic violence […]Read more

South Central Power Foundation awards grants

November 16, 2017

The South Central Power Foundation announced grant recipients at South Central Power’s recent quarterly meeting. The Foundation awarded 47 grants totaling $165,528.95 at its October meeting.  The Foundation awarded grants to: Adena Mansion & Gardens Society Adena Primary PTO AHA! A Hands-on Adventure Area 937 Ministries Bainbridge Senior Center Inc Bainbridge Vol Fire Department Barnesville […]Read more

South Central Power offers tips to fight scams

November 14, 2017

South Central Power is offering some tips to help members avoid being taken in by scammers. “Scammers are becoming more bold and cunning,” said Cathy Bitler, South Central Power’s vice president of communication and community relations. “They particularly target senior citizens and low-income households. Small businesses are often a target as well.” Bitler says a […]Read more

South Central Power awards Lancaster Port Authority $30,000 grant

October 31, 2017

South Central Power awarded the Lancaster Port Authority two $15,000 grants in support of economic development efforts.  The grants will move two sites closer to certification by the State of Ohio. One of the sites is part of the Rock Mill Industrial Park and the second is a 125-acre site located on Whiley Road near […]Read more

South Central Power supports repeal of Clean Power Plan

October 11, 2017

South Central Power Company announced today that it supports the efforts of Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt to repeal the mandates of the Clean Power Plan in favor of a collaborative, common-sense approach that maintains the delivery of clean, safe, reliable, and affordable electricity. “The Clean Power Plan is an overreach of federal authority, […]Read more

Statewide group honors South Central Power for support of local schools

October 3, 2017

South Central Power recently received the Friend of Education Award from the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Central Region. Nominated for the award by the Fairfield County ESC, South Central Power was honored during the Ohio School Boards Association Central Region Fall Conference in Columbus on September 27. The region presents the Friend of Public Education Award to […]Read more

The dreaded vampire loads

October 2, 2017

Perhaps you are familiar with an undesirable aspect of the electronic revolution: vampire loads. Vampire loads come from devices that use electricity even when they appear to be off. The primary culprits are chargers, set-top television boxes, instant-on televisions, and gaming systems. There are others, but these four represent the major offenders. Let’s look at […]Read more