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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.
As big as CoServ is now, estimates predict the service territory is only 45 percent built out with decades of growth ahead of it.
Due to the surge of new growth and development in the North Texas area, one of the most frequent jobs is responding to a gas line that’s been accidentally hit by construction crews. These incidents can mostly be prevented by calling 811 before digging to ensure utility lines are properly marked.
As we reported in the December edition of this magazine, natural gas prices increased significantly in the latter half of 2021 and have maintained their momentum in early 2022. CoServ paid more for wholesale electricity as the price of natural gas went up
CoServ Gas Operations Field Supervisor Alex Copeland received a call Thursday that a gas Customer’s heat wasn’t working inside the home. A quick check of the meter revealed nothing wrong with their gas supply.
Texas is known for sweltering hot summers, but January and February can also be downright frigid so Members can expect high electric bills too.
“CoServ has heard Members’ concerns about higher electric bills loud and clear,” said CoServ Director of Customer Care Stephen Meers. “We always strive to keep prices low and we never mark up wholesale electricity for profit – that’s not how CoServ does business.”
After an unusually rainy August, September was mostly dry and hot, which will likely result in higher electricity usage for CoServ Members.