As a consumer at Taylor Electric Cooperative, you’re also an owner!
Like other cooperatives across the country, Taylor Electric follows seven cooperative principles. The 5th principle is Education, Training & Information. This means cooperatives provide education and training to members so they can contribute effectively to the development of their cooperative. In addition to learning about what makes a cooperative different, it’s also beneficial to know how the cooperative provides power to homes and businesses in the community and what to look out for when bad weather and outages occur.
Co-op Nation’s Best and Brightest High Schoolers Headed to D.C. for Youth Tour
by: Victoria A. Rocha Texas Youth Tour participants show their Lone Star pride outside the White House last year. (Photo Courtesy of Texas Electric Cooperatives) Nearly 1,800 high schoolers from rural America will be boarding airplanes and buses bound for Washington, D.C., this week to learn about the political process, meet elected officials and gain […]
How are Outages Restored?
This time of year means storms, lightening and hail – none of which pair well with electricity! When a major storm causes widespread damage, extended outages may occur. Our line crews work long, hard hours to restore power safely in the shortest time possible. Here’s how they work to get power restored when you find […]
80 Years of Technology
Over the past 80 years, outage restoration at the cooperative has changed and improved thanks to technology and the dedication of co-op employees. As we head into a season of storms and extreme weather, let’s remember how far we’ve come over the past 80 years! […]