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Anytime CoServ electric linemen work on a high-voltage line, they gear up with proper PPE (personal protective equipment), including insulated gloves and sleeves. But most importantly, the job requires precise coordination with someone who can see the bigger picture, like which way the power is flowing, how it can be rerouted to restore power to as many people as possible, which lines are energized, and which are not.
At CoServ, this job belongs to the System Operators in the dispatch center at the headquarters in Corinth.
The Energy Education Team visited nearly 100 schools last school year across CoServ’s service territory, presenting in front of thousands of children. The children built electric circuits, played POWERrace® and watched arcing demonstrations with high-voltage electricity.
From the honey to the soap to the scarfs made from alpaca fiber, the TX-Ture Farm prides itself on being all-natural. As the name implies, this farm is about feeling, smelling, tasting, and seeing.
Summer Savings Series: Part 1
This year, as summer energy prices and consumer inflation soar, all Texans should expect to pay more per kilowatt-hour for electricity this summer.
Summer Savings Series: Part 2
CoServ employs the latest technology to empower our Members to take control of their energy usage. By utilizing their online account through SmartHub or the CoServ App, Members can track electricity consumption, compare it to past billing periods, analyze usage on a particular day of the week and break it down into 15-minute increments.
Average April temperatures were about 5 degrees warmer than the same month last year, including two days where highs reached 90 degrees or higher.
We know CoServ Members are taking a closer look at their electric bills as they’ve noticed their costs going up in recent months. This may cause some Members to wonder if they would be better off in Texas’ deregulated electricity market where consumers choose their electric provider. The simple answer is, no.
CoServ Charitable Foundation grant buys a tractor to work the land
The fight against food insecurity has never been more important as First Refuge feeds an estimated 500 families a week at nine different locations.
Victory Therapeutic is an equestrian therapy center in Roanoke that works with riders of all ages and physical disabilities. Over the last two years, its weekly ridership has increased by 267 percent. With a mission to care for the physical, mental, and emotional needs of children, veterans, first responders, and their families, Victory applied for a grant from the CoServ Charitable Foundation, helping fund scholarships for 10 families.
Temperatures remained relatively mild for most of March in North Texas, giving CoServ Members’ air conditioners and heaters a reprieve.