We Are Incredibly Grateful For Our Members

Thank you for hanging tough with us. Especially to those of you that were without power for extended times. We were extremely fortunate that our system fared exceedingly better than most in Texas and many in our region.  Part of that was thoughtful power planning and system design, attentive maintenance, and then there was the good ole hard work in the bitter…

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It’s Critical to Conserve

Members are calling about our plans for rolling outages. If we are directed by the transmission authority, we do have a load shed plan ready.  We’ve come extremely close several times but are thankful we have not had to implement yet. If we do, we’ll communicate on Facebook and on our website. Tonight (2/16) through…

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Keep Conserving

Please keep up the good work conserving. We cannot overstate how critical it is. WCEC is fortunate to be in Southwest Power Pool. Load is very tight but holding. Many others in the state are suffering rolling blackouts. We thank you for continuing to conserve to help us avoid this if at all possible. At…

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Is It Too Good To Be True?

Locally, there’s an uptick in companies advertising solar power generating systems. Some members thought the ads were ours. They are not. There are economic and social reasons for choosing to install a solar system. When a member considers purchasing a system, we encourage them to do their homework to determine a realistic payback. If it…

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Robinson Receives Capitol Flag Honor, and State and Coop Resolutions

Recently retired CEO and General Manager of Wood County Electric Cooperative, Debbie L. Robinson, was honored in a brief ceremony held at the cooperative on Monday, December 14, 2020. Representative Cole Hefner, Texas House District 5, was on hand to present Robinson with a flag that was flown over the state capitol. In his presentation,…

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