For individuals and businesses alike, staying on top of bills is key to avoiding late payments and keeping track of finances. The SVEC Bill Pay service is designed to help make the process of paying bills simpler and more convenient. With the SVEC Bill Pay service, customers can pay bills online, on time, and with increased transparency. Customers can also take advantage of flexible payment options and view their account history in one place. SVEC Bill Pay offers a secure, reliable alternative to traditional payment methods, and customers can save time and money while keeping their accounts in order. With its user-friendly interface and online support, customers can have confidence that their bills are being taken care of quickly and easily.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Billing & Payment
Electric bills are mailed to all members on a monthly basis. There are approximately 30 You may also pay your bill at the drop box of any SVEC office.
Ways to Pay
Pay in person at any of the SVEC offices by going inside, using the drive-thru or using the drop-box, available at the drive-thru at each office. FIND MY LOCAL
Your monthly payment is automatically deducted from your checking or savings account, your debit card, or the next business day on the due date.
To pay your bill, report outages, view energy use, and communicate with us from the palm of your hand, download the SVEC app. The app is free and secure.
SVECares: Small Change Changes Lives
Your spare change can make a huge difference in the lives of those in our community who need assistance thanks to the SVECares Round Up program. Rounding up your monthly electric bill results in donations that support local food banks, volunteer fire departments, cancer patients, and many other causes. Since 2000, more than $3 million has been returned to our communities as a result of your generosity.
Who We Are
By implementing outreach and education programs, assisting local schools, arts organizations, and events, Sequachee Valley Electric Cooperative Energizes Our Communities by providing homes and businesses in the area with safe, dependable, affordable electricity as well as by luring new businesses and industries to the area.
Maygen Key, a teacher at Sequatchie County High School, is pictured accepting an $800 Bright Ideas education grant. SVEC launched the Bright Ideas Education Grant program in 2018. Teachers in the SVEC region can apply for a grant by pledging $10,000 for the 2021–2022 academic year to fund innovative, practical activities for their students.
|Account||Name||Status||Service Address||Due Date||Balance|
|Tiger Nixon||System Architect||Edinburgh||61||2011/04/25||$320,800|
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