Utility Companies in Texas
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.