CoServ Members will receive election ballots in the September edition of Texas Co-op Power magazine. Results of the District 4 Runoff Election will be announced at a special Member meeting at 2 p.m. Thursday, September 24, 2020.
Temperatures were about the same this July compared to last year, which means CoServ Members should expect their electricity consumption to be about the same.
Test your knowledge of natural gas safety
Small flags in your neighborhood indicate a digging project is planned, and someone has called 811 to locate underground utility lines. Texas law requires homeowners and businesses to Call 811 at least two business days before digging. Each color represents a different type of utility.
Record amount was expedited to provide COVID-19 financial relief
This year, the CoServ Board responded to COVID-19’s devastating effect on the North Texas economy with a record Capital Credit retirement of $27 million that was accelerated to help Members suffering financial hardship.
The state’s electric grid expects to set a record for peak load this summer, even after adjusting for COVID-19’s economic impact.
In July, an additional $100,000 in CoServ Charitable Foundation funds were designated to the CCF COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to assist residential Members and Customers affected financially by the pandemic.
The August edition of Texas Co-op Power features a completely new look that ushers in a new era for the magazine.
The county funded the first round of OPEN Grants with CoServ Capital Credits
COVID-19 ravaged small businesses in North Texas this spring with lost jobs and shutdowns prompted by quarantine restrictions. Restaurants were hit particularly hard, as catering jobs stopped and dine-in options were put on hold.
August is typically the hardest month to predict when it comes to electricity load and it's usually when the electric grid sets new records for peak demand. This year the COVID-19 pandemic throws a wrench into everything because many offices, schools and businesses won't be operating at full capacity or at all.
COVID-19 canceled many events this year, but it also prompted creativity and improvisation that resulted in memorable graduation ceremonies for 13,500 North Texas high school graduates and their families.