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CoServ's electric system never stops growing

CoServ's electric system never stops growing

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. 

How to wrangle in high energy bills this summer with SmartHub

How to wrangle in high energy bills this summer with SmartHub

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's system operators make fast-paced decisions for safety and reliability

CoServ's system operators make fast-paced decisions for safety and reliability

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.

Love electricity? Thank a lineman this April 18

Love electricity? Thank a lineman this April 18

Whether it's freezing cold or 100 degrees, CoServ Electric Linemen go above and beyond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to keep the power flowing to Members. 

162-year-old log home saved in Flower Mound

CoServ brought electricity to the home in 1961

162-year-old log home saved in Flower Mound

CoServ brought power to the home in 1961, according to records. 

What to expect on your March bill

What to expect on your March bill

February was a weather rollercoaster for North Texas.

Thank a gas tech for keeping the heat on

Thank a gas tech for keeping the heat on

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.

Why your electric bill is going up

Why your electric bill is going up

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 Employee goes above and beyond for Customers during winter storm

CoServ Gas Employee goes above and beyond for Customers during winter storm

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.

What to expect on your February bill

What to expect on your February bill

After a mild December, 2022 jumped right into winter with a cold snap on New Year’s weekend that set the tone for January.

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