Important reminders for our members during COVID-19
CFEC is not processing cut offs due to non-payment to help Members affected by the Coronavirus. We hope this will help relieve some of the financial stress Members may be experiencing. Beware of scammers claiming to be from CFEC threatening disconnection if payments are not made.
We ask that Members pay what they can whenever possible. Your payments will help to reduce your total energy bill and help to prevent increased hardship once normal business resumes.
In the meantime, we encourage Members to conserve energy wherever possible. Cutting back and making small changes can go a long way in keeping your bill low while finances are stretched thin.
Here are a few conservation tips your family can use:
Energy conservation can be as easy as turning off lights and appliances when you don’t need them. Energy-intensive appliances such as dryers and dishwashers can also be used less by hang drying clothes or hand washing dishes.
Heating and cooling account for the largest percentage of energy usage. Whenever possible, reduce the intensity and frequency at which you use your heating and cooling systems. Take advantage of overcast mornings as an opportunity to turn your air conditioner down.
Reduce water heating expenses by temporarily turning down the thermostat on your water heater.”
Go mobile with THE CFEC app & facebook
The CFEC Connect app is a convenient way for members to pay their bill, view the outage map and report an outage. The app provides members with easier access to CFEC. Find the app on the Google Play and the iTunes store.
Find us ON FACEBOOK- Central Florida Electric Cooperative
The CFEC Facebook is an easy way for members to stay up to date on storm and outage updates! Members can also see posts on CFEC in the community.