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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.
GVEC has powered our members’ lives with reliable electricity for more than 75 years. As one of the largest electric cooperatives in Texas, we serve more than 85,000 meters in our service area spanning 3,500 square miles over 13 counties. We also serve one of the largest clusters of commercial and industrial customers in the region.
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The Cooperative launched the GVEC Power Up grants program in 2012. Since that time, we’ve awarded over $2.7 million to local nonprofit organizations working to make South Central Texas a better place to live. The program is funded 100% by members of our electric...
Home Comfort in The Lone Star's Forgotten Season In our part of Texas, record-breaking summers can be so hot, we forget the chilly inconveniences of winter. Snow and ice aren’t unheard of in our region, but admittedly, we don’t get many of those winter-weather events....
SmartHub: Your Handy Tool to Help Curb Usage We recommend making monitoring electricity usage to help keep your bills down a year-round endeavor; however, winter and summer are especially important times to self-regulate and be extra mindful of how much electricity...
GVEC announced today it has entered into a contract with Shell Energy North America (US), L.P. (“Shell Energy”) to provide the Cooperative renewable energy. With deliveries scheduled to commence on July 1, 2024, this will be the first utility-scale renewable energy...
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