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October 23, 2018 – TVEC to return $4.88 million in capital credits

In their regular October meeting, the TVEC Board of Directors approved the retirement of $4.88 million in capital credits. This includes all unretired capital credits from 1990, and two percent of all other unretired capital credits (1991-2017). Current TVEC members will see their portion of the capital credit disbursement as a credit on December bills. […]

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2018 Annual Meeting – 80 Years Strong

TVEC Annual Meeting celebrates milestone year. The 2018 Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative Annual Membership Meeting was a birthday party of sorts, celebrating 80 years since the co-op’s predecessor, Kaufman County Electric Co-op, was formed and began electrifying the rural parts of our area. More than 700 attendees filled the Canton Civic Center to enjoy a […]

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October 6 – Phone System Maintenance

Update: As of 11:00 a.m. maintenance has been completed and phone systems are back to normal operation. Thank you for your patience.   TVEC phone systems will undergo maintenance and updates 8 a.m – Noon on Saturday October 6. This includes the regular call-in numbers and the automated phone system for payments and account information […]

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ERCOT Announces Record Demand as Heat Wave Continues

  ERCOT announced record demand across the state on July 18 as high temperatures and the state’s continued population and economic growth combine for increased electricity needs. ERCOT expects to have enough capacity during the upcoming continued heat wave, although the demand record of 71,438MW is expected to be broken again. While no service interruptions […]

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TVEC Announces Board Election

Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative will hold an election for the board member representing district three (Incumbent: Paul Weatherford) at the annual meeting to be held in October. As a member, if you are interested in having your name placed before the Nominating Committee to represent district three as a director, you must complete a nomination […]

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TVEC Systems Maintenance

Member Alert: TVEC Member Service Portal and automated payment services will be down for maintenance 6-7 p.m. today, May 17. This will affect payments and account management through the website and the automated phone system. Outage reporting through the outage hotline (800-967-9324) and outage texting will not be affected. Thank you for your patience while […]

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Phone Scam Alert

Multiple TVEC members have been called by scammers in the last few days. Members have reported being called multiple times by someone claiming that electric service would be disconnected unless payment was made by adding money to a payment card. TVEC representatives will never call demanding immediate payment, or request money to be added to […]

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Welcome to the new TVEC.NET!

With more than 15,000 visitors each month, TVEC.NET is a key hub for Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative members, new area residents, developers, builders and others looking for co-op information. The site has recently had a major face lift, making it easier to navigate and adding some new features. “Our website is an important part of how […]

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2018 Youth Tour Winners

Writing essays for school may be routine, but for area high school students writing to win a trip to Austin and Washington, D.C., the high stakes seemed to bring out their best. Madelynn Bragg, a junior at Eustace High School, and Christopher Childress, a home-schooled senior, rose to the top of our entries on the […]

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TVEC Returns $4 Million in Capital Credits

As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative does not earn profits. Instead, the cooperative allocates its annual operating margins—earnings in excess of the cost of doing business—to members in proportion to the amount of electricity purchased each year. As determined by the board of directors, any margins in excess of the needs of […]

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