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About Our Management TeamWECO's management team has extensive utility experience
Vice President of Finance & Administration
Chief Operating Officer
President & CEO
- Wellsboro Electric Company has been an electric service provider since 1894
- Office hours are from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday
- Our service area is about 178 square miles
- All of our generation is currently purchased from Dominion Energy Marketing, Inc.
- We are a voting member of PJM Interconnection L.L.C.
- We serve approximately 6,200 residential, commercial and industrial customers
- We have 16-full time highly skilled employees
- 8 line/operations support employees
- 8 office/support employees
- All employees are local
- Our emergency response service is available 24/7
- Crews work 24 hours per day during emergencies
- We utilize modern equipment, vehicles and systems such as SCADA, Automatic Meter Reading and GPS Mapping
- We also utilize a state-of-the-art outage management system and customer information system
- We have confidential envelope billing with a return envelope
- We also have the following for your convenience:
- 24-hour payment
- Automatic bill payment program
- Budget Billing payment program
- Energy gift certificates
- Safety is our number one concern
WECo employees oversee day-to-day operations including construction, line maintenance, administrative and clerical obligations. WECO’s management team includes three officers with extensive utility experience. Complimenting WECO’s management team is specialty support from C & T Enterprises – including Information Technology, Key Accounts, Call Center operations, Communications support and Human Resources.
Thomas L. Rudy (Chairman)
Alfred Calkins (Vice Chairman)
James Luce (Secretary)
Steve Sliwinski (Director at Large)
Dr. James Davis
The original board consisted of five businessmen from the local community.
At the time of incorporation, Wellsboro Electric was granted the right to be the sole supplier of electricity to the residents of the Borough of Wellsboro. As the demand for electricity grew, the grant was extended to include Middlebury, Delmar and Charlestown Townships.
Wellsboro Electric generated its own electricity until the early 1960s. Increasing fuel and maintenance costs led WECo to cease generation operations. Since then all power requirements have been filled through wholesale power contracts.
WECo’s Original Building