Posts by Nicholas Sakelaris
Energy prices continued to fall in February and CoServ was able to pass on these savings by lowering the electric and natural gas rates again. These market forces affect all utilities in Texas but, as an electric cooperative, CoServ doesn’t mark up electricity for profit. CoServ’s electric rate went down by more than a penny…
A road widening project put a fork in the road for the business owners, so they ultimately decided to launch an entertainment venue.
March 18 is Natural Gas Utility Workers’ Day, the perfect time to recognize Gas techs who ensure safe, reliable delivery of natural gas.
For CoServ, reliability is a team effort that starts at the executive level and extends down to every department in the cooperative.
CoServ breaks down what happens when an underground electric line is hit and how we are able to restore power before making the repair.
Natural gas demand increases when the weather’s cold so CoServ Gas uses regulator stations to increase pressure in the system.
CoServ’s Energy Education Team uses POWERtown™ presentation to demonstrate scenarios where people could come across power lines.
The Grandscape development in The Colony features restaurants from India, Paris, Chicago and Denton’s own LSA Burger.
Budget Billing makes it easier to bear those extreme temperature swings by smoothing out the highest highs and lows.
Securitization will have the least impact on our Members and provide the co-op with the financial flexibility we need to continue serving our Members while adding thousands of new meters every year.