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Give the gift of renewable energy to nonprofit organizations

TCEC Community Solar is now available for nonprofit organizations. Community solar is sometimes called ‘shared’ or ‘cooperative’ solar because many members share the benefits of one local solar array, which is located near TCEC’s office in Hooker. To participate in the program and benefit from the array, members do not have to install and maintain solar panels on their roof or property. Community solar is a simple, more affordable way for members to participate in renewable energy.

Absolute Endeavors Satellite and Cellular

TCEC members who present their Co-op Connections card at Absolute Endeavors in Guymon will receive 20% off accessories. 

Weather Connection Highlights

All TCEC members can download the Touchstone Energy Weather Connection mobile app for FREE.  This valuable app offers follow me weather alerts and more.

Keep your info current

Electricity is a necessity. Sometimes, TCEC schedules automated calls to notify members of planned outages or pending disconnection of their service. We might mail a deposit refund check to the mailing address on file. Your email is used to access your account online and you can use it to subscribe to notifications.

Homes in TCEC service area restored following Winter Storm Jupiter

On Sunday, January 15, TCEC’s electric system was hit by winter storm Jupiter. Storm damages are well into the millions of dollars as the assessment continues. The ice wreaked havoc on trees, power poles and line, transformers and other equipment. TCEC reported nearly 7,000 outages at the height of the storm. Yesterday, crews restored power to those last few homes of members who were still without power. Several hundred other services remain without power.


As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, January 25, a handful of homes and several hundred other services remain without power. Lineworkers from across Oklahoma and other states continue to work on TCEC’s restoration efforts. Crews have rebuilt almost 65 miles of line in 9 days.


As of 9 a.m. Tuesday, January 24, some members have been without power going on ten days. About 50 homes and several hundred other services remain without power. More than 250 additional lineworkers from across Oklahoma and other states continue to work on TCEC’s restoration efforts. As we work to restore power through the coming week it will be necessary to take frequent, periodic outages, especially in the Balko to Elmwood areas.

“We have made great progress and are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel,” said CEO Zac Perkins.

Beaver County Incident

Jan. 22 8:30 p.m. Update | It with great sadness we report that one of the gentlemen did not survive the incident. A survivor is being flown to a burn unit in OKC. We ask each of you to remember these guys, their families and coworkers in your thoughts and prayers.

Jan. 22, 7:30 p.m. | A contract crew came into contact with a high voltage line while working on TCEC's restoration efforts in the Beaver County area. The incident is under investigation. Please keep everyone in your thoughts and prayers.

Annual power pole inspection underway in Elkhart area

TCEC contractor crews with Global Utility Services will be inspecting power poles for quality condition and stability for the next two to three weeks in the Elkhart, Kansas area. They are working a 15 mile-wide path south to west of Texhoma.


As of 9 a.m. Friday, January 20, we are entering day six since Winter Storm Jupiter hit. This has been a catastrophic event for TCEC. We have numerous miles of line on the ground and crews are working safely on restoration efforts. While some areas were hit harder than others, our entire system has taken a toll. We have over 150 lineworkers and contractors assisting with restoration efforts and the rebuilding of our system. 


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