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Safety a priority in unplanned outage

TCEC takes major outage to prevent wildfire

To prevent the possibility of a wildfire, TCEC took an unplanned outage in the towns of Beaver and Forgan and surrounding areas the afternoon of Sunday, February 18. About 1,900 meters were without power from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. while repairs to were made to the system.

 

 

 

TCEC Pole Inspection

Members in Cimarron County will see pole inspection activity approximately 7 miles east and west of Griggs from the Texas State line north to Highway 56. It will take approximately 60 days to inspect the poles. Pole inspection contractors will have ‘TCEC Contractor’ displayed on vehicles. ATV’s are used to travel pole to pole and to transport supplies used to inspect poles.

Lower temps = higher energy use

Lower temperatures equate to higher energy use this time of year. The below chart is taken from SmartHub and illustrates the correlation between temperature and energy use. If your bill is higher than usual, call us to discuss ways to save. A member service representative can offer resources on saving energy. They can help you evaluate payment options like Pay As You Go, Levelized and AutoPay. A representative can also help you sign up for SmartHub to keep tabs on your energy use during the month - before it's billed.

Co-op Connections: H&R Block - Guymon Office

Members who show their Co-op Connections Card at H&R Block in Guymon will receive $15 off tax preparation OR first month free for all payroll services.

Member Matters: Reliability

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Keep Your Info Current

Keep Your Info Current

Slam the door on scams

Avoid being fooled by utility company imposters. You may get a call saying your electric bill is past due. The caller ID says TCEC or Tri-County Electric and has the cooperative's actual phone number. If this happens to you, arm yourself with a few precautions.

 

 

Published January 29, 2018

Unusually cold temps and heat pumps

Expect higher energy use if your home uses a heat pump

Brrrr. It’s cold out there.

Our area had an extreme cold snap for several days after Christmas through the new year. The average temperature was 11 degrees on December 26 and remained low on the 27th. It rose for a couple days then dipped again from December 30 through January 2. January temperatures remained cold averaging 33 degrees and dropping down into the single digits.

Co-ops contribute to YMCA

PTCI and TCEC jointly donate $5,000 to YMCA

“We build people.”

The spirit of hope and community captured by the slogan is strong at the Texas County Family YMCA. The nonprofit is more than just a gym. It is a community with something for everyone in your family. That’s why two local cooperatives, PTCI and TCEC, come together annually to donate $5,000 to the organization’s annual fundraising campaign.

TCEC trims trees in Guymon area

Trimming trees improves safety, reliability of your electricity

You may see a guy in a bucket with a chainsaw in your alley soon. Don’t be alarmed, he’s here to help.

Contractors for TCEC are trimming trees in the Guymon area for several weeks. These guys help keep your power on when the weather gets tough. Wind, ice and storms can bring branches down. When they fall or land on power lines, they’ll bring those down too. This often causes power outages and safety hazards. Trimming trees helps to lower the risk of that happening.

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