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CoServ donates heaters, blankets to help people stay warm this winter

Social service agencies rely on the CoServ Charitable Foundation’s annual distribution of heaters and blankets for their clients.

What to expect on your November bill

CoServ Members should expect October electricity usage to be lower than September. Compared to last October, usage will be about the same.

CoServ uses cutting edge technology on new gas pipeline project

CoServ Gas will be among the first gas utilities in the country to use PA-12, which can handle more pressure than a traditional poly line.

Science leaps from the textbook into real life with CCF grants

Liberty High School in Frisco ISD has multiple Frisco Education Foundation grants that were funded by the CoServ Charitable Foundation.

CoServ maintains high reliability score

CoServ’s SAIDI score for 2021 was 34.39, which means the average Member was without power for about 34 minutes. The lower the score, the better. Major weather events and power supply problems do not count against SAIDI scores.

How CoServ prepares for Old Man Winter

Whether it’s buying energy ahead of time, training our operations crews or winterizing the fleet, CoServ starts preparing for cold weather long before the local television meteorologists issue their forecasts.

The biggest factors that could affect your winter energy bill

CoServ Members should expect high electric bills in January and February just as they do in the summer months.