Attention, animals: Please stay out of our substations!

Attention, animals: Please stay out of our substations!

Something as simple as a chicken snake slithering up substation equipment can cause an electrical short that knocks out power for thousands of CoServ Electric Members. CoServ has new equipment that is designed to deter animals from getting near electrical equipment. 

CoServ Innovation: From The Big Red Book to AppSuite®

CoServ Innovation: From The Big Red Book to AppSuite®

CoServ crews have always used maps to maintain lines, restore service and upgrade equipment. Today, one tap on a tablet directs them to where they need to go.

April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month

April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month

Three North Texas nonprofits are working to break the vicious cycle of abuse and neglect, and your donations to CCF are helping them.

April's Texas Co-op Power magazine: Your donations to CCF help fight child abuse

April's Texas Co-op Power magazine: Your donations to CCF help fight child abuse

The publishing deadline for April's Texas Co-op Power magazine came in the first week of March, one week before the coronavirus outbreak began affecting North Texas and the rest of the United States. You won't find one mention of COVID-19 in the edition, but you will see the true character of CoServ Members, Customers and Employees shine through.

As A Meter Of Fact: Your New Favorite Local Show

As A Meter Of Fact: Your New Favorite Local Show

Coming to a podcast player near you!

CoServ improves reliability rating

CoServ improves reliability rating

Over the past decade, CoServ has made a concerted effort to improve reliability. During this time, our SAIDI (System Average Interruption Duration Index) score was cut in half – a stat that’s even more amazing when you consider we added more than 100,000 meters to our system.

What you can do to fight low temps, high bills

What you can do to fight low temps, high bills

The chill of winter can cause energy bills to spike as Texans crank up their heaters and take long, hot showers. This is especially true for CoServ Members with all-electric homes and apartments.

Questions about CoServ's rates? We have answers

Questions about CoServ's rates? We have answers

CoServ’s authority to provide electric service within its service territory was granted by the Public Utility Commission of Texas in the 1970s, and this remained unchanged when much of Texas deregulated in 1999. Pockets of deregulation exist throughout our territory, however, which is why one of the most frequently asked questions we receive is “Why can’t I choose my electricity provider?”

January's Texas Co-op Power Magazine: SmartHub, Safety and How to Avoid Scams

January's Texas Co-op Power Magazine: SmartHub, Safety and How to Avoid Scams

The CoServ pages of January's magazine feature everything you need to know about SmartHub, plus articles about safety and reliability.

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