Texas is a great state, and you can read all about it every month in Texas Co-op Power magazine. In addition to featuring fun places to visit, interesting things to do and great recipes to cook, every edition delivers news and information about CoServ and the communities we serve. Have a story/photo idea for us? Let us know!
February Featured Articles:
Sometimes, events happen beyond our control – but even then, redundancies in our system, quick thinking by our system operators and hard work by our linemen and contractors minimizes the impact on our Members.
When temperatures drop into the teens or even single digits, gas furnaces must work harder to maintain comfortable temperatures in the home. The difference between the outside temperature and the thermostat setting can be as much as 50 or even 60 degrees. When that happens, natural gas demand goes up and the regulators provide an increase in pressure for the system.
CoServ’s Energy Education Team uses the new POWERtown™ presentation to demonstrate multiple scenarios in which children or adults could come across high-voltage power lines in everyday life. It’s similar to the outdoor arcing demonstration that CoServ has been doing for years but on a smaller scale for indoor presentations.
The Grandscape development in The Colony features restaurants from India, Paris, Chicago and Denton's own LSA Burger.
“Grandscape as a whole, when it comes to the different types of businesses, the leasing team goes out and really does a lot of research locally and across the country,” said Katie Wedekind, Campaign & Media Relations Manager for Grandscape.
Extreme seasonal temperature swings can create headaches for your home and business’s usage, resulting in fluctuating bills. Sweltering summer days will demand more out of your air conditioning unit, and a sudden cold snap can cause temperatures to plummet 30-40 degrees in a single day. In such an unpredictable climate, how is one to manage?
The Big Thicket’s four species of carnivorous plants entice then consume unwary insects.
Sailors offer bon voyage and watch the final journey of the beloved USS Kitty Hawk—to a South Texas recycling yard
HIT THE ROAD: Important Entry
TCP KITCHEN: Cupcakes
FOCUS ON TEXAS: First Responders
FINISH THIS SENTENCE: I Can't Believe I Used To Wear …
FOOTNOTES IN TEXAS HISTORY: A Subtle Champion
OBSERVATIONS: T-Shirt Weather
Read the full February issue: PDF | Statewide Content