Glades Electric Cooperative News & Hot Topics
Report Outages and Make Payments with the SmartHub app
Members can now report outages, access accounts, and view a live outage map with the SmartHub App! Check usage, pay your bill, manage account settings and more, through your mobile device or computer. Visit www.smarthubapp.com, the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and search for the SmartHub app.
2020 Glades Electric Educational Foundation Scholarship Applications are available - Due March 12, 2020
The Glades Electric Educational Foundation awards up to eight $4,000 scholarships each year to graduating high school seniors served by Glades Electric Cooperative. Visit our Student Programs & Information page to download an application.
MoneyGram - A New Cash Payment Option
Now you can use MoneyGram when making your payment. Just bring cash for your payment plus the $1.50 MoneyGram fee to a location offering MoneyGram service like CVS, Walmart, and participating Advance America locations. Visit MoneyGram.com for even more options. Use our Receive Code: 17055.
Reduce Clutter - Go Paperless!
Want a chance to receive a $250 credit to your account? Sign up for paperless billing today! One member enrolled in paperless billing will be chosen randomly each month to receive a $250 credit. Login to SmartHub to "turn off paper bills" or call GEC at 863-946-6200 to go paperless!
Don’t be surprised by unexpected issues with a solar project installation. There are many factors to consider so please contact our Engineering Department at (863) 946-6200 BEFORE you sign an agreement with a solar contractor.
We Support Our Community's Students
We are proud to offer programs providing educational opportunities to students served by Glades Electric Cooperative, Inc.. Visit our Student Programs and Information Page to learn more about scholarship and Washington, DC Youth Tour opportunities for high school students.
2020 Washington, DC Electric Cooperative Youth Tour Applications are available - Due January 13, 2020
Glades Electric High School Juniors are eligible to apply for an all-expenses paid trip to Washington, DC to tour our nation's capital, learn about electric cooperatives, and meet legislators with other high school juniors from around Florida and the rest of the United States. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!