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TCEC gains on storm repairs

Tuesday was a very productive day. Power restoration efforts reduced the outages to 2,700 from the highest of 17,000.

Twenty mutual aid and contractor crews in addition to TCEC crews continue restoration efforts despite weather. The number of destroyed and damaged poles has climbed to over 1,000.

Intermittent outages will continue as repairs are done on the system to safely restore power to other areas. Member support and kind words have been appreciated as restoration continues.

For Sale in Beaver: 16 East 4th Street

TCEC is accepting offers for its property consisting of an office building that is 864 sq. ft. and a 16x24 storage shed at 16 East 4th Street in Beaver. Asking $25,000. Property is available now. To schedule a showing or ask questions, call 580-652-2418 ext.112 to speak with Chris Purdy. TCEC reserves the right to refuse any and/or all offers.

16 East 4th Street

 

Storm repairs continue

Monday was a very busy day. Mutual aid and additional contractor crews arrived and hit the ground running. Monday’s primary focus was damage assessment and addressing the already known transmission and primary feeder issues.  

Spring Snowstorm Hits TCEC Members Hard With Outages

TCEC is experiencing another devastating spring blizzard. We began having outages on Saturday, April 29, in the western side of our service territory. As the storm intensified into a blizzard on Sunday the entire service territory began having outages.

The outage count peaked somewhere close to 18,000 meters off during mid-morning on Sunday. As of Sunday night at 10 p.m., TCEC employees had reduced that number to somewhere between 10,000-11,000 affected meters.

TCEC Electrical Safety Month Poster Contest Winning Entries

May is National Electrical Safety Month, which TCEC commemorates with a contest for schoolchildren. This year’s poster contest theme was pad-mounted transformer safety. The contest is held in April so the winners can be announced in May. Schools with third through sixth grades were provided with 11x17 cardstock for students to submit their poster design to TCEC.  Winners in each grade will be awarded a $25 gift card for first place and a $10 gift card for second place.

The 2017 winners are:

3rd Grade 1st place: Julius Villarreal, Academy School

District 2 Special Meeting Advisory Election Results

District 2 Special Meeting  
TCEC member Gayla James won the advisory election at the District 2 special meeting on Thursday, April 6, in Boise City. The Board of Trustees will consider her for the vacant trustee opening at their next board meeting on April 28.  

Red Devil lights up Texhoma

Looking toward the future, TCEC has invested in its electrical system in recent years and continues to do so today. The local electric cooperative has made improvements to the infrastructure of its system throughout the area it serves because some of it is 70 years old. By building innovative substations with newer technology, the cooperative is serving the needs of its members for years to come.

Co-op Connections: Red & Sons Auto Parts, Boise City

TCEC members who present their Co-op Connections card at Red and Sons Auto Parts in Boise City will receive 5 percent off in-stock merchandise.

“We can’t put a value on our customers,” said Lynn Richardson, co-owner. “Our customers are as loyal as can be and we couldn’t do it without them.”

Co-op Connections: A smart business move

The Co-op Connections program is a free way to promote your business locally, online and nationally, courtesy of TCEC and Touchstone Energy Cooperatives. You choose your offer and fill out a simple one page form to participate. For details, call us at 580.652.2418.

Co-op Connections Promo

State of Oklahoma Citation of Recognition

TCEC received a Citation of Recognition for the efforts of the cooperative and its employees during Winter Storm Jupiter in January 2017. Oklahoma District 61 Representative Casey Murdock made the motion for the citation, which was signed by the Honorable Governor Mary Fallin. In the citation, Murdock made note of TCEC living up to its cooperative values as well as the long hours and personal risks of the employees following the devastation of the storm.

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