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American Electric Power is a major investor-owned electric utility in the United States of America, delivering electricity to more than five million customers in 11 states.

For outages call: 1.866.223.8508

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Austin Energy is more than just a power company. We are 1,700 of your friends and neighbors with a mission to safely deliver clean, affordable, reliable energy and excellent customer service — 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

As a community-owned utility, we’re a not-for-profit enterprise of the City of Austin that is focused on driving customer value in energy services. At Austin Energy, we are determined to use innovative technology to build a better Austin and to lead the way for clean, affordable energy.

For outages call: 512.322.9100

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Bartlett Electric Cooperative has been in operation since 1936 and, we are proud to be the first REA project energized in Texas and the nation. Bartlett Electric Cooperative played an important role in the modernization of the rural farms served by the cooperative, and we continue to be dedicated to providing quality service at the most economical price. Our service area includes areas of Bell, Burleson, Lee, Milam and Williamson counties.

For outages call: 254.527.3551 or *512.746.2771

After Hours: 866.794.4667

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At Brazos Electric Cooperative, our mission is to provide valued service to our members and customers by generating, procuring, and transmitting reliable power at the lowest cost. We will provide excellent customer service while practicing the highest degree of integrity. The members, customers, and employees are Brazos Electric Cooperative’s most valued assets.

Utilities in Bryan became municipally owned in 1909 following a fire that burned down Bryan City Hall and Opera House. The failure of the privately owned Bryan Ice, Water & Light to put out the blaze spurred the City to run the utility system itself to prevent such issues in the future. In 1911 the City of Bryan purchased its first electric distribution system from Bryan Ice, Water & Light for $7,650, and street lights on Main Street in Downtown Bryan were installed.

In 1913, Bryan Ice, Water & Light posted their first profit of $874, at a time when milk was $0.13 per gallon. The company also installed their first diesel engine generator. The citizen of Bryan officially owned, what was then called the Bryan Power Company, as of 1919. At this time there were approximately 768 customers being served by the company, primarily for lighting.

CenterPoint Energy is an American Fortune 500 electric and natural gas utility serving several markets in the American states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas. It was formerly known as Reliant Energy, NorAm Energy, Houston Industries, and HL&P.

For outages call: 713.207.2222

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Since our establishment in 1937, Coleman County Electric Cooperative (CCEC) has provided rural West Central Texas with electricity. With close to 4,000 miles of line and approximately 9,000 meters in service, CCEC’s service area stretches over 8 counties, including Coleman, Runnels, Concho, Tom Green, Brown, Callahan, Taylor, and Coke. With just over 30 employees, we are proud to serve our members with over 500 years of combined experience in the electric utility industry.

As a cooperative, we are a non-profit, member owned, and member controlled organization. We are committed to not only delivering reliable electricity, but exceptional customer service, affordable rates, and a strong community presence, as well.

For outages call: 1.800.560.2128

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Comanche Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a non-profit rural electric utility cooperative headquartered in Comanche, Texas, United States. The cooperative was organized in 1938 and serves portions of seven counties in the state of Texas, in a territory generally surrounding Comanche.

PenTex Energy, also known as the Cooke County Electric Cooperative, is a non-profit rural electric utility cooperative headquartered in Muenster, Texas. The cooperative was organized in 1938, with 98 members, and serves portions of five counties in the state of Texas, in a territory generally surrounding Muenster.

CoServ is an electric and gas distribution company serving North Texas since 1937. Doing business as CoServ Electric since 1998, we now have over 9,800 miles of electric infrastructure serving more than 221,000 meters across Denton, Collin, Cooke, Grayson, Tarrant and Wise counties. Our natural gas affiliate, CoServ Gas, was established in 1998 and serves more than 113,000 gas meters in Denton, Collin and Kaufman counties.

For outages call: 844.330.0762

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For outages call: 844.330.0762

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CPS Energy is the nation’s largest municipally owned energy company. Thanks to our diversified menu of fuels, we can provide our customers in San Antonio and surrounding areas with affordable and reliable power while being sensitive to the environment. We are constantly striving to meet the changing needs of our customers. From grid optimization to solar power, we’re also building valuable partnerships with companies who share our belief in clean energy, innovation and energy efficiency

For outages call: 210.353.4357

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For 80 years, we have been proud to serve our members, power the Texas Hill Country and empower our community. As a PEC member, you are an owner of this organization, its history and its future

For outages call: 830.629.4628

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New Braunfels Utilities (NBU) Mission Statement: Enhancing the quality of our community by providing innovative essential services. New Braunfels Utilities is one of 2,000 community-owned, nonprofit, public power electric utilities in the nation. What does “Public Power” mean for you? It means reliability, local control, low rates, and a focus on customer service.

For outages call: 830.629.4628

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Denton Municipal Electric (DME) is owned by the residents of Denton, which makes us your hometown electric provider. Since 1905, DME has maintained high quality service for our friends and neighbors in the greater Denton area.
Innovation has been our number one goal since we became your local utility over 100 years ago. From electric streetcars to generating solar energy, discover how El Paso Electric has grown and where we’re headed in the future.

For outages call: 915.877.3400

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ENGIE North America is a power generator, energy services company and retail electricity supplier committed to shaping a more sustainable future throughout the United States and Canada.We will provide more than 2.5 GW of renewable energy for our customers by 2021. Our renewable energy projects have avoided 937 K MT of CO2. And our energy efficiency services have enabled 29 K MT in carbon reduction for our customers.

For outages call: 888.232.6206

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Entrust Energy electricity rates and natural gas supply plans are offered throughout many markets in the United States with energy choice. According to its website, the retailer is changing the way electricity and natural gas retailing is executed. The retailer states that competitive electricity and natural gas supply rates and great customer service go hand in hand. Entrust Energy says that it works to provide supply for consumers – all with transparency, honesty and integrity.

For outages call: 877.800.4044

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Farmers Electric Cooperative is not just an electric utility—it’s an electric cooperative. Our members have a voice in the policies and practices of our business. Unlike some electric companies, Farmers EC is a community-based organization that is locally owned and operated. Our employees are our neighbors and yours, working to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. Formed in 1937 to bring electricity to the rural areas of Northeast Texas, today we serve more than 50,000 homes and businesses in the fast-growing region spanning Dallas, Collin, Rockwall, Hunt, Kaufman, Rains, Hopkins, Delta, Franklin, Fannin, Van Zandt, and Wood counties in Texas
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., is a member-owned, non-profit electric cooperative established in 1939. The mission of Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc. shall be to provide reliable, quality electric service to our member-owners at an affordable and competitive cost, while maintaining the financial integrity of the Cooperative. The Cooperative’s service area includes rural areas in Young, Throckmorton, Stephens, Shackelford, Archer, Jack, and Palo Pinto counties as well as within the city limits of Olney and Newcastle, Texas.
Since 1923, the City of Garland has been providing electric service to its citizens through Garland Power & Light (GP&L), its locally owned not-for-profit municipal utility. With nearly 71,000 customers, GP&L is the fourth largest municipal utility in Texas and the 43rd largest in the nation. GP&L is recognized nationally as a Tree Line USA Utility

For outages call: 972.205.3000

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Golden Spread Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a tax-exempt, consumer-owned public utility, organized in 1984 to provide low cost, reliable electric service for its rural distribution cooperative members.

Golden Spread’s Members provide electric service to approximately 306,000 electric meters serving member consumers located in the Panhandle, South Plains and Edwards Plateau regions of Texas, an area covering 24 percent of the Texas land mass, and in the Oklahoma Panhandle, Southwest Kansas and Southern Colorado.

For outages call: 806.379.7766

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The Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative is a member-owned, community-driven organization dedicated to being “Your kind of power.” Offering dependable electricity, high-speed Internet, reliable AC/Heating sales and service as well as solar options and electrician services, GVEC serves over 85,000 consumers through five customer service locations in Cuero, Gonzales, La Vernia, Schertz, and Seguin.

For outages call: 800.223.4832

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It is the mission of Hamilton County Electric Cooperative Association to provide safe, reliable, quality electric service to our Members at an affordable price. It is our goal to control costs, to assure that rates can remain low into the future. Additionally, we strive to provide service and leadership that will have a positive influence on the lives of the Members that we serve.
Heart of Texas Electric Cooperative Inc. was incorporated in 1937 to provide electricity to rural areas of Central Texas.  The co-op has over 15,000 members and over 20,000 meters served by over 3,700 miles of line. The co-op’s service area includes parts of Bell, Bosque, Coryell, Falls, Hamilton, McLennan and Milam counties.
HILCO Electric is a member owned, not for profit, electric cooperative that provides its members with low-cost, dependable power. Combined with efficient management , we offer electric service with promptness and professionalism. Originating in 1936 with a handful of members in the area, HILCO serves Hill, Johnson, McLennan, Ellis, and Dallas Counties with over 2,800+ miles of overhead and underground distribution lines.

For outages call: 1.800.840.2957 or 254.687.2331

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J-A-C is a nonprofit electric cooperative, which has been in business since 1938. J-A-C primarily serves the three county areas of Jack, Archer and Clay counties of north central Texas. Headquarters’ office is located in Bluegrove, just 10 miles south and two miles west of Henrietta, Texas. J-A-C has 5,900 meters, serving 2,960 members, with 2,020 miles of line, which translates to 2.9 consumers per mile of line. J-A-C’s Board of Directors and employees are committed to our member/consumers, by providing the best electric service possible at fair and stable rates.
For outages call: 940.895.3311 or 254.687.2331 To visit J-A-C online click here
We produce and deliver electric power, manage the lower Colorado River and provide a reliable water supply, manage a public parks system and support community development. LCRA is funded by revenue we generate, the vast majority of which comes from generating and transmitting electricity. A very small portion of our revenue comes from selling water. We do not receive state appropriations or have the ability to levy taxes.
Luminant, a subsidiary of Vistra Energy, is a competitive power generation business, including wholesale marketing and trading, mining, and development operations.
 With roots that stretch back more than 130 years, we have played an integral role in the evolution, growth and progress of states in which we operate, and today we are helping power some of the world’s largest electric markets. We are proud to provide reliable, affordable electricity to our consumers as we set new standards in environmental stewardship and innovation that will result in cleaner air, water and land.

For outages call: 214.812.4600

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Electric cooperatives were born because investor owned utilities did not think it profitable to run many miles of power lines for few customers in the rural areas. Local farmers realized electricity was needed to provide for their families and bring industry to the area. This lead to the inception of Mid-South Electric Cooperative in 1940.

For outages call: 936.825.5100

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Navarro County Electric Cooperative is a non-profit electric utility company serving portions of Ellis, Navarro, Freestone. Hill and Limestone Counties in Texas.  It was established in the 1930’s to bring electric service to areas which were not being served by investor owned utilities at the time.  If you receive electric service from us, you are an owner of the Cooperative.  
We are governed by a board of locally elected members – members just like yourself with an interest in a reliable, customer focused utility.
Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives is a national network of electric cooperatives across 46 states that provides resources and leverages partnerships to help member cooperatives and their employees better engage and serve their members. By working together, Touchstone Energy cooperatives stand as a source of power and information to their 32 million member-owners every day

For outages call: 800-443-9462 or 979-828-3232

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When Oncor laid its first power lines at the beginning of the 20th century, who could have imagined the speed of change that would fuel the ongoing need for electricity? With more than 139,000 miles of transmission and distribution lines serving more than 400 communities and 98 counties, we do more than simply keep the lights on. Throughout the decades, the same determination that fired up the first incandescent bulbs across Texas hasn’t faltered. At Oncor, the sparks of innovation are alive and well

For outages call: 888.313.4747

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South Plains Electric Cooperative is here to power communities and empower members to improve the quality of their lives.  Members aren’t just our number one priority, they are the only reason we are here. Our employees have a heart for service and a desire to be better even when we’re great. Explore our website and Facebook page to discover all of the cooperative advantages available to you. We provide safe, reliable electric service at the lowest possible cost, but more importantly, we are committed to making life better the cooperative way!
South Plains Electric Cooperative is here to power communities and empower members to improve the quality of their lives.  Members aren’t just our number one priority, they are the only reason we are here. Our employees have a heart for service and a desire to be better even when we’re great. Explore our website and Facebook page to discover all of the cooperative advantages available to you. We provide safe, reliable electric service at the lowest possible cost, but more importantly, we are committed to making life better the cooperative way!
TNMP is an electricity transmission and distribution service provider: We provide electricity to more than 255,000 homes and businesses throughout Texas. Our headquarters is in Lewisville, with about 400 employees in more than 20 communities throughout the state.We are a subsidiary of PNM Resources Inc.. Our formal name is Texas-New Mexico Power Co. but we now serve only Texas.
On March 20, 1939, 20 people met in a two-story building on Main Street in Azle, Texas, to form Tri-County Electric Cooperative. The group constructed bylaws and applied for a charter from the state to provide power to the rural community. After receiving the charter in August, Tri-County Electric Cooperative went to work for the member-owners. The first line stretched from Weatherford to Azle, covering portions of Parker, Tarrant and Wise counties. The section of line spanned 150 miles and served 112 families. World War II slowed system growth since emergency lines were the only infrastructure allowed to be built
At Wise Electric, our mission is to provide safe, reliable, competitively priced electric and related services to you, our members. Our goal is to enhance your quality of life through our high standard of performance, dedication and integrity. And we do this by following the seven principles of a cooperative.
At Wise Electric, our mission is to provide safe, reliable, competitively priced electric and related services to you, our members. Our goal is to enhance your quality of life through our high standard of performance, dedication and integrity. And we do this by following the seven principles of a cooperative.