South Plains Electric Cooperative announces temporary hold on disconnections

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LUBBOCK, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) – The following is a news release from South Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc.:

South Plains Electric Cooperative is extending its support of members by not disconnecting service in March. As a not-for-profit cooperative, working with and helping our members during tough times is not new for us. While the temporary hold on disconnects helps to keep the lights on, it doesn’t keep a balance due from accumulating. If members will communicate with us, we may have other ways we can help. We will continue to monitor the situation and will let our members know if something changes. If you would like to talk to our member service representatives, give us a call at 806.775.7766.

We offer several ways to remotely make payments including our free SPEC App, online bill pay at, pay by phone, regular mail, a drive-thru at our Lubbock 82nd Street and Upland location and payment drop boxes at the service offices. Details can be found online.

About South Plains Electric Cooperative
South Plains Electric Cooperative, a local Touchstone Energy® Cooperative, serves more than 60,000 connected meters in all or part of 18 counties. When you see Touchstone Energy, you know you are being served with accountability, integrity, innovation and commitment to community. For more information about South Plains Electric Cooperative, visit the Co-op’s website at

(News release from South Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc.)

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