Weather Report: Deluge brings cooler temperatures, less energy consumption for May

Weather Report: Deluge brings cooler temperatures, less energy consumption for May

North Texas received more than 7 inches of rain in May, leading to cooler temperatures and, likely, less energy consumption for CoServ Members.

Surprising ways to save this summer

Surprising ways to save this summer

We all want to be comfortable during the hot months, right? But if you have energy usage anxiety (sometimes known as energy bill anxiety), we can help!

Stay cool at the pool without increasing your energy bills

Stay cool at the pool without increasing your energy bills

Swimming pools are great for relaxing, exercising and staying cool during those sizzling hot Texas summers. If the pool is in your own backyard, you might also notice that it consumes a lot of electricity and natural gas, too. As your trusted energy advisor, CoServ is here to provide some tips so your pool runs as efficiently as possible.

Weather Report: April's mild temperatures should mean lower power bills

Weather Report: April's mild temperatures should mean lower power bills

With average temperatures in the mid-60s, CoServ Members should expect April energy consumption to be about the same or less than last April. 

Update: ERCOT expects "tight conditions" again Wednesday

Update: ERCOT expects "tight conditions" again Wednesday

The state grid operator has not called for conservation on Wednesday and is operating under normal conditions. 

CoServ weather stats: March 2021

CoServ weather stats: March 2021

March 2021 had an average high temperature of 61.4 degrees, 20 degrees warmer than February. The mild temperatures mean electric and natural gas consumption should be lower for CoServ Members and Customers in March than it was in February.

Which rate is right for you? CoServ launches new rates

Which rate is right for you? CoServ launches new rates

New solar, seasonal rates designed to fit your lifestyle. 

Local school districts, large businesses play critical role in helping power residential homes during winter storm

Local school districts, large businesses play critical role in helping power residential homes during winter storm

When CoServ was required to shed load by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) during last week’s extreme winter storm, several school districts and large businesses stepped up to proactively lower their electric and natural gas usage so there would be more power for homes. 

With winter storm behind us, we want to thank our Operations and Customer Care teams

With winter storm behind us, we want to thank our Operations and Customer Care teams

CoServ wants to thank everyone for their patience after a very difficult and challenging week. Our electric Members aren't used to even a minor power outage, let alone one that lasts for hours! The numbers back up the fact that we are the most reliable utility in Texas year in and year out.  We hope our Electric Members and Gas Customers are safe, warm and comfortable this weekend.

Winter Weather Emergency Update: CoServ crews working on last outages

Winter Weather Emergency Update: CoServ crews working on last outages

CoServ has stopped the rotating outages at the request of the state’s grid operator and we have restored power to the majority of our Members. 

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