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Rapid residential and commercial growth kept CoServ busy this spring as crews built new circuits, upgraded power lines and added redundancy to existing feeders in preparation for the summer heat.
For Members who want to track their electricity usage this summer, CoServ makes it easy with the various tools inside the CoServ App and SmartHub.
CoServ Charitable Foundation grant helps Grace to Change fund scholarships
Grace To Change not only helps individuals who are struggling with addiction but the greater community as well. The effects of one person’s substance abuse are felt by entire families and can be expensive to the community. With the guidance of a program like Grace To Change, individuals are less likely to have repeat offenses or relapses.
CoServ Vice President of Field Operations Shea Hassell presented Sanger High School senior Gabrianna Giddens with the scholarship just before graduation last month. The funds will help Gabrianna as she studies at Texas State University in San Marcos this fall.
CoServ launches the CoServ Corral to meet Members and Customers in their communities!
CoServ has decided to hit the road and bring the party to you to show our members and customers how much we appreciate them. Through a new series of annual Appreciation Events, the CoServ Corral will journey throughout our service territories to participate in existing community events, supporting the communities themselves and interacting with them.
Overall, the average high temperature for May was 88.8 degrees, 9.3 degrees higher than the same month in 2021. Air condition use spiked by 43 percent based on the cooling degree days, a metric that calculates how high temperatures get over 65 degrees and for how long.
District 2 Director Leon Pelzel and District 7 Director Chance Adair ran uncontested
Board Members are democratically elected and – like you – are CoServ Members who live and work in the same communities you do. They oversee the operations of the co-op and work collectively to represent the interest of fellow Members.
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.