School districts and businesses drop power to help residents during storm

School districts and businesses drop power to help residents during storm

At the height of February’s winter storm, some of CoServ’s biggest energy users voluntarily turned off electricity and natural gas or lowered their thermostat and closed their doors. These selfless acts channeled more energy to homes.

Let's thank our crews on Lineman Appreciation Day

Let's thank our crews on Lineman Appreciation Day

CoServ Electric Linemen perform a National Critical Function and are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

CoServ Gas crews brave elements to keep gas flowing

CoServ Gas crews brave elements to keep gas flowing

With temperatures hovering near 0 degrees Fahrenheit, CoServ’s Gas Tech Crews kept the natural gas flowing to 138,000 gas meters during February’s unprecedented winter storm. 

CoServ feeds the armies giving vaccines at TMS

CoServ feeds the armies giving vaccines at TMS

The 16-lane vaccination clinic – regarded as one of the largest in the country – ran like a well-oiled machine with wait times of less than 30 minutes from beginning to end, including the 15-minute observation period after the shot is administered.

On the record: As A Matter of Fact hosts reminisce about first year of podcasting

On the record: As A Matter of Fact hosts reminisce about first year of podcasting

This April marks one year since CoServ Employees Jason Cress and Sara Ellis first donned headphones and spoke their first words on the As A Meter Of Fact® podcast. That first episode, Snake Fence brought CoServ into a new chapter of digital communication for Members, Customers and Employees. It even drew listeners from around the world.

CoServ crews throw first pitches at Frisco College Baseball Classic

CoServ crews throw first pitches at Frisco College Baseball Classic

The longtime Employees were honored to throw out ceremonial first pitches on video.  

The cooperative difference shines through winter storm

The cooperative difference shines through winter storm

February’s winter storm challenged all of us as we dealt with power outages, busted water pipes, no internet and spotty mobile phone service. But these hard times also highlighted the differences between electric cooperatives and the for-profit utilities in the deregulated market.

Two months in, CoServ keeps feeding volunteers at TMS vaccination clinic, those in need at The Junction

Two months in, CoServ keeps feeding volunteers at TMS vaccination clinic, those in need at The Junction

CoServ’s Community Engagement Team has provided thousands of meals for medical workers, first responders and volunteers at Texas Motor Speedway since the 16-lane drive-thru clinics started on February 2. And if there are leftovers, it is donated to another great cause. 

CoServ puts equipment through rigorous testing

CoServ puts equipment through rigorous testing

As CoServ Electric Linemen gear up to climb a pole in the rain, ascend in a bucket truck along a busy road or descend into a dark, wet manhole, CoServ doesn’t want them to think twice about the equipment they’re using.

CCF surpases $525,000 in COVID-19 relief, resumes distribution of grants in North Texas

CCF surpases $525,000 in COVID-19 relief, resumes distribution of grants in North Texas

A big reason why North Texas charities haven't had to turn anyone away is the CoServ Charitable Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, which has made numerous contributions over the past year. 

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