Serving our members since 1941.
Texas Electric Cooperatives represents the interests of 76 electric cooperatives with more than 3 million members throughout the state. TEC serves its members by providing products and services that help sustain cooperative businesses in the 21st century.
The association advocates for cooperatives in the Texas Legislature, the U.S. Congress and state and federal regulatory agencies.
TEC also offers a full line of utility supplies and services through its Manufacturing & Distribution Services facility headquartered in Georgetown.
TEC provides professional education opportunities for cooperative employees and safety training for electric linemen throughout the state.
The association also publishes Texas Co-op Power, a monthly magazine reaching 1.68 million electric cooperative members in 65 Texas cooperatives.
With headquarters in Austin, TEC employs nearly 200 dedicated men and women in offices across Texas.
Hesse, Parsley, Young Join TEC BoardThe 57 voting delegates in attendance at the TEC Annual Meeting elected Neil Hesse, general manager of PenTex Energy, represe...
TEC Announces Alliance With the City of SeymourTexas Electric Cooperatives leadership has announced a sole source alliance with the city of Seymour, in North Texas. About 5...