GVEC has powered our members’ lives with reliable electricity for more than 84 years. As one of the largest electric cooperatives in Texas, we serve more than 97,000 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.
Spring is almost here, and for many, that means getting their homes in ship-shape condition by thoroughly clearing out and cleaning up. When making your spring cleaning checklist, be sure to include y
Due to higher-than-expected power costs experienced in late 2022 and early 2023, the Generation and Transmission (G&T) rate, which is used to recover power cost, will change on bills distributed o
Lifelong artist Ida McGarity woke up one morning in 2014 with a specific vision. It was like a supernatural event,” she recalls. “The moment I woke up, I knew I had to do a mural for a new library
Win Big by Opting for Electronic GVEC Electric and Internet Bills with Auto Bank Draft Opt to receive your GVEC Electric and GVEC Internet bills electronically, and pay them through automatic bank
When you think of “spring cleaning” to help sanitize the air in your home, your HVAC system may come to mind. You may think of routine, do-it-yourself maintenance like inspecting and replacing you
2023 marks GVEC Fiber’s 10th year, and I’m delighted to report that the Cooperative’s venture into fiber internet delivery has been a success. In Fiber’s first year, we laid 90 miles of fiber-
Getting ready to purchase a new AC/heating system? Before you begin, take a look at our rebate offer exclusively for GVEC members.
Power Up has helped transform small change into big change throughout the GVEC service area. This charitable program is funded through the generosity of participating members who round up their electric bills each month and donate the extra pennies to Power Up. Eighty percent of available Power Up funds are awarded as grants and distributed biannually to nonprofit groups engaged in community improvement projects benefiting GVEC members.
Twenty percent is used for community assistance, distributed monthly through local Council of Government (COG) offices to help low-income and elderly members pay their electric bills through Bill-Pay Assistance. Members may opt-out of the program at any time.
In our fast-paced cooperative, GVEC wants team members who can deliver the unexpected through attitude, results, and a willingness to continuously develop themselves, their department, and our organization. Join our team!
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