West Florida Electric Cooperative (WFEC) has several useful tools and resources available at the tip of your finger on our website.
Managing your account has never been easier. Applying for service, ending electric service or transferring your service is a breeze online. Changing your address or phone number is also a snap. You can also find information about power outages with a prominent link to our online outage map. 79167001
Information about WFEC’s programs and services is also very easy to find online. You will find useful information about our manufactured home rebate program, loan program, H20 Plus load control program, and links to our Home Energy Calculator, Appliance Calculator and Lighting Calculator.
These tools can help you save energy and money by using information you input and calculating how much energy you can save by changing habits or thermostat settings, replacing old appliances with new, more energy efficient ones and switching to LEDs.
You can also access online editions of the cooperative’s monthly member newsletter and electrical safety tips. It’s easy to sign up for credit card or bank draft, access information about service requirements and more.
If you haven’t taken the time to visit our website lately, please visit www.westflorida.coop. In many cases you can access account info, and other useful information that could save you a phone call or trip to the office.
WFEC also has a mobile app which is available for download from the Apple or Google Store. When using the mobile app members can pay bills, change contact information like phone numbers or address and sign up for text alerts and messages.
- Mobile Apps
- Products and Services
- GenerLink™ Transfer Switch
- Current Light Flashes
- Capital Credits
- Economic Development
- Electrical Safety
- Youth Tour Competition
- Community Involvement
- The Cooperative Difference
- Co-ops Vote
- Outdoor Lighting
- Medically Essential Service
- WFEC Member Survey
- Solar Energy
Energy Efficiency Tip
Appliances & lighting can heat up our homes more than we think. To save energy, minimize the activities that generate additional heat, like continuously running a computer.