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.
Energy Efficiency Rebate
Getting ready to purchase a new AC/heating system? Before you begin, take a look at our rebate offer exclusively for GVEC members.
Report & Track Outages
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
If you’re familiar with the small town of Hallettesville, you may know a few things about it. It’s home to the Lavaca County Courthouse; it hosts an annual Kolache Festival and Fiddlers’ Frolic state championship fiddling contest; and it’s also home to the Knights of...read more
January Message from General Manager Darren Schauer — Energy Experts Preparing for Your Future Needs Today
At GVEC, we serve a large area of small town and rural customers and members. But this does not mean we stand idly by while the world around us advances in energy solutions, renewable options and technology. In fact, quite the opposite usually occurs—many times GVEC...read more
As the holidays wrap up, marking the end of one year and ushering in a new one, many people are making their New Year’s resolutions for 2020. Then again, there are many people who think this is a silly, unnecessary tradition and don’t bother making resolutions at all....read more
January’s arrival means we find ourselves smack-dab in the middle of winter weather. Your first inclination when you feel a chill in your home may be to crank up the heat. This could mean more energy consumption, resulting in higher electricity bills. Freeze! Don’t...read more
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