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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.

Change is not only possible but within reach

CoServ Charitable Foundation grant helps Grace to Change fund scholarships

Change is not only possible but within reach

Grace To Change not only helps individuals who are struggling with addiction but the greater community as well. The effects of one person’s substance abuse are felt by entire families and can be expensive to the community. With the guidance of a program like Grace To Change, individuals are less likely to have repeat offenses or relapses.

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.

CoServ helps power education

CoServ helps power education

The Energy Education Team visited nearly 100 schools last school year across CoServ’s service territory, presenting in front of thousands of children. The children built electric circuits, played POWERrace® and watched arcing demonstrations with high-voltage electricity.

Step back in time with alpacas at the TX-Ture Farm in Aubrey

Step back in time with alpacas at the TX-Ture Farm in Aubrey

From the honey to the soap to the scarfs made from alpaca fiber, the TX-Ture Farm prides itself on being all-natural. As the name implies, this farm is about feeling, smelling, tasting, and seeing. 

CoServ's cooperative advantage shines through this energy crisis

CoServ's cooperative advantage shines through this energy crisis

We know CoServ Members are taking a closer look at their electric bills as they’ve noticed their costs going up in recent months. This may cause some Members to wonder if they would be better off in Texas’ deregulated electricity market where consumers choose their electric provider. The simple answer is, no.

First Refuge plants community garden in Sanger

CoServ Charitable Foundation grant buys a tractor to work the land

First Refuge plants community garden in Sanger

The fight against food insecurity has never been more important as First Refuge feeds an estimated 500 families a week at nine different locations.

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. 

CoServ could become a 'million-meter co-op'

CoServ could become a 'million-meter co-op'

As big as CoServ is now, estimates predict the service territory is only 45 percent built out with decades of growth ahead of it.

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