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Inspections and preventive maintenance play a key role in creating one of the most reliable electric systems in the state, and CoServ constantly evaluates ways to leverage technology to serve our Members and help our Employees do their jobs safely and efficiently.
CoServ expects to increase share of renewables in coming years
Texas’ wind power not only blows away all other states, but it also ranks in the top five among countries worldwide with nearly 25,000 megawatts (MW) of installed capacity at the start of 2019, according to the Energy Information Administration.
ANDREWS COUNTY, Texas —January 30, 2020— A ribbon cutting today in West Texas made it official: The 100-megawatt Lapetus Solar Project is up and running, and CoServ has begun purchasing electricity from it.
CORINTH, Texas—August 21, 2019—CoServ’s strong focus on training and safety was on full display today for two visitors from the office of U.S. Congressman Michael Burgess, M.D.
CORINTH, Texas—December 10, 2018—CoServ Electric has nearly doubled its stake in the Lapetus Solar Energy Project in West Texas, which will mean more solar power for CoServ Members.
CORINTH, Texas—June 15, 2018—CoServ Electric has finalized an energy contract with 7X Energy to purchase 25 megawatts of electricity from a new solar farm in Andrews County in West Texas.