We’re More Than Electricity.
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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We strive to keep the power on at all times. However, given the volatility of weather and other issues beyond our control, outages may occur. When they do, it is important to know what you should do, and how we respond to restore your power as quickly as possible.
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Your Lifestyle… Our Solutions Blog
What is Bras For A Cause? If you’ve never attended or heard of the Guadalupe County Bras For A Cause fundraiser, you’re missing out on quite an event! A couple weeks ago, on March 7, they held their 5th annual fundraiser at the Seguin Events Complex. What is “Bras For...read more
February Message from GVEC General Manager Darren Schauer — History Guides Our Way into the Future of Rural Internet Service
In This Time of Advancing Technology, History Repeats Itself Most of us don’t remember a time when there was no electricity available to our homes, businesses and farms. But, prior to the 1940s, throughout the rural areas of the Guadalupe Valley, that was the reality....read more
March Sticker Shock If you like sunny weather, March can be one of South Central Texas’s finest months. It’s no wonder some Cooperative members might expect their GVEC electric bills for March to be lower compared to other months. After all, milder temperatures mean...read more
Starting the Week with a Thermostat Mishap It’s 10 a.m., Monday morning, and you’ve been at work two hours. Suddenly you remember: “I forgot to turn up the thermostat this morning.” What do you do? Forget about it until you get home for the day, leaving the AC to cool...read more
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