“As we restored power to our Members, we saw firsthand the situation our cooperative neighbors were faced with in this ice storm. Once our system was stable, CoServ answered the call to provide mutual aid.”
“The supportive environment and a focus on STEM skills creates the perfect combination for girls of all ages to be equipped with the knowledge and skills they’ll need to become tomorrow’s leaders,” Vicki Sargent, CoServ's Director of Community Relations.
Don’t miss an opportunity to read this month's "Texas Co-op Power" magazine.
"“I love being here. I love seeing the kids," says longtime volunteer Sheri Steward.
Hard freezes cause HVAC systems to work harder to keep your house warm.
"It's more like a boutique. It's very dignified."
The Little Elm Chamber of Commerce has named CoServ the Little Elm Community Partner of the Year. The recognition was made at the chamber’s annual banquet on Jan. 25.
‘Girl Power’ classes teach science, technology, engineering and mathematics
Trisha Sheffield will fill the unexpired term of Anne Vaden, who retired from the Board on December 31, 2017.
For the third consecutive year, CoServ Electric has returned $12 million to CoServ Members in the form of Capital Credit Retirements, bringing the grand total returned to North Texas residents and businesses since 2003 to $108 million.