Posts by Melanie Bilicki
CoServ continues to make improvements for our Members and Customers in 2023, first with the launch of an easier-to-read bill in January and now with a completely redesigned CoServ.com website.
Usage for those few days could four times higher than the average for the month of December. We explain why and what you can do to monitor your usage before the next cold snap.
CoServ President and CEO Donnie Clary attributed much of CoServ’s current success, including having 400,000 combined electric and gas meters and being one of the fastest-growing co-ops in the country, to Bill’s amazing leadership.
CoServ Member Cheryl Dixon won the grand prize drawing for a Year’s Worth of Free Electricity! She entered the drawing when she attended Frisco Freedom Fest on the Fourth of July.
CoServ stays prepared for any weather conditions that could cause interruptions for our Members and Customers; winter is no exception.
CoServ Gas added an average of 604 new gas meters per month and for many Customers this will be their first winter with gas appliances.
CoServ Members can rest assured that our linemen are responding to outages as safely and quickly as possible because reliability is a critical part of CoServ’s mission statement.
CoServ Employees restored power to 1,800 meters from two electric co-ops during their mutual aid trip to central and southern Florida.
CoServ awarded seven $5,000 scholarships to seniors from different high schools across our service territory this year. CoServ coordinated with parents, teachers and administrators to surprise the students in the classroom and at their jobs.
The 10-day trip was educational, inspirational and will help students stand out when applying for colleges, scholarships and jobs. The Youth Leadership Tour has been an electric cooperative tradition for more than 50 years, giving young adults a better appreciation of state and federal governments.