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South Louisiana Electric Cooperative Association serves over 17,000 member accounts in a 5-parish area and is recognized as having the lowest rates in Louisiana.

SLECA has offices located in Houma and Amelia. Our offices are open from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m on Friday.


What’s Different About A Cooperative?

An electric cooperative is a non-profit corporation that is jointly owned by all of its members; it charges only as much as necessary to cover its operation cost. Other than that, your cooperative is much like any other business — providing an important product and the services to support it.

SLECA is governed by a nine-member board of directors. Directors are members, not employees, of the cooperative and are elected by you for 3 year terms at meetings held in each district.

SLECA Reports To You

Each year, SLECA mails to all members a notice of the cooperative’s annual business meeting held in April.

This is your opportunity to meet your directors and get involved in the business of SLECA while enjoying an evening of food, fun & fellowship. We encourage you to participate.

In addition, the cooperative mails its monthly magazine, Louisiana Country, to all its members. Louisiana Country is a publication of statewide interest to electric cooperative members. The two center pages communicate local items of interest to SLECA members and the cover story is always a local interest story.

SLECA members gather for
Annual Meeting at the
Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center