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February edition of SCL online now!

The February 2020 edition of South Carolina Living magazine has been uploaded to horryelectric.com!  It will be delivered to mailboxes of subscribing members soon! The main part of South Carolina Living magazine, which can also be found online includes the usual recipes, a list of festivals and events, plus a few feature articles about interesting people and places in our own state! …

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The cooperative difference

Note:  James P. “Pat” Howle, executive vice president and CEO of Horry Electric, shared his thoughts about the sense of pride we all feel on July 4th and the one he hopes we all feel for our cooperative in his column in the July 2018 edition of South Carolina Living magazine. It’s all about relationships …

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April edition of South Carolina Living online NOW

The April 2017 edition of South Carolina Living magazine will be delivered to mailboxes of subscribing members mid-month. Horry Electric’s local content, as well as the main part of the magazine, are both available online NOW! Highlights include: CEO Column:  Find out what you’re missing at the Annual Meeting Annual Meeting Map of Registration and Voting …

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Annual Meeting 2017 plans in full swing

THE ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS of Horry Electric Cooperative is set for Tuesday, May 9, on the campus of Coastal Carolina University. Members are encouraged to attend the meeting and planners try to make it as convenient and as rewarding as possible for those who do.  The co-op has a quorum requirement, established by the …

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March edition of SCL features Community Solar

The March 2017 edition of South Carolina Living magazine will be delivered to mailboxes of subscribing members mid-month. Horry Electric’s local content, as well as the main part of the magazine, are both available online NOW! Horry Electric local highlights include: CEO Column – The benefits of Community Solar Horry News – Operation Round Up update; Looking …

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February edition of South Carolina Living is available NOW

The February 2017  edition of South Carolina Living magazine will be delivered to mailboxes of subscribing members mid-month. Horry Electric’s local content, as well as the main part of the magazine, are available online. Horry Electric local highlights include: CEO Column – Managing energy costs; New program helps all members save money YOU can help …

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You Can Help Beat the Peak!

Starting today, members of Horry Electric Cooperative can sign up to receive alerts asking them to reduce their energy use during times of peak demand for electricity.  “The co-op has been managing peak demand on the system for many years,” says James P. “Pat” Howle, executive vice president and CEO for Horry Electric. “We regularly …

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April edition of South Carolina Living available online

The April 2015 edition of South Carolina Living magazine will be delivered to the mailboxes of members and subscribers mid-month, but you can view our local content online now!  HEC local highlights include: CEO Column  It’s that time of year – Annual Meeting 2015 is next month 37th Rural Lady of the Year:  Frances Strickland 2015 Annual Meeting parking/registration …

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March edition of South Carolina Living available online

The March 2015 edition of South Carolina Living magazine will soon be delivered to the mailboxes of members and subscribers,  but you can view it online NOW!  HEC local highlights include: CEO Column  Working hard, working smart: Linemen are geared up for safety and equipped with know-how HEC hosting free workshop for K-12 STEM teachers March 21 HorryElectric.com …

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Historic Cold Temperatures May Create Record Demand

South Carolina’s electric cooperatives and other utilities are warning that all-time low temperatures forecast for Thursday and Friday mornings may result in a record demand for electricity. Predicted temperatures in the pre-dawn hours Thursday range from single digits in the Upstate to the low teens in the Midlands and Pee Dee. Below freezing temperatures are …

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