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A big reason why North Texas charities haven't had to turn anyone away is the CoServ Charitable Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, which has made numerous contributions over the past year.
New solar, seasonal rates designed to fit your lifestyle.
Beginning with the District 1 and 5 elections this year, Board terms will transition to four-year terms, instead of three. Also, boundaries for some of the districts around Lake Lewisville have been adjusted to help balance out the rapid residential growth occurring in that area.
This year, CoServ will introduce online voting and a separate Member appreciation event.
In June, Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., d/b/a CoServ Electric (“CoServ”) will conduct its Annual Meeting for Members. Before the meeting, CoServ is required under its bylaws to notify each Member (as of the record date) residing in a district where a Director’s term is expiring that a Director for that district is to be elected at the Annual Meeting.
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative Inc. announced today it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, stemming in part from unexpected financial conditions it is facing after the state’s unprecedented winter storm. CoServ Electric has a long history of working with Brazos and its leadership team, and we will continue to work with Brazos as they seek to restructure their operations. However, we will remain focused on the impact to CoServ, its Members and Employees.
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.
We know you have lots of questions regarding the aftermath from the recent extreme weather storm that hit the state earlier this month. To help you out, CoServ has assembled a list of resources to help those in need recover. Please know that we have also partnered with seven social service agencies in the North Texas area with direct resources from CoServ Charitable Foundation funds for COVID-19 relief. Those can be found at Financial Assistance – CoServ.
While CoServ Electric does not yet know all the costs associated with the extreme winter weather from last week that we are all still recovering from, we are working to recognize our Members’ concerns.
CoServ Members are never charged based on estimated usage -- only actual usage.