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Job Opening: Network Administrator

TCEC will be accepting employment applications until April 15, 2018 for the position of Network Administrator. Participates in the development and implementation of the strategic IT plan for Tri-County Electric Cooperative. The Network Administrator is responsible for the reliability, security, maintenance, and implementation of all TCEC's IT systems. Including hardware and software for the organization's firewalls, network devices, telecommunications devices, servers and SANs.

Boise City area power outages

TCEC explains cause of second power outage.

On Monday, March 12, TCEC planned an outage for the town of Boise City and its outskirts beginning at 9 a.m. The electrical source for the area was moved from an outdated substation to the new Wildcat substation. TCEC has a long-term plan to upgrade and make system improvements throughout its service territory.

Planned Outage: Monday, March 12

TCEC has scheduled a power outage for the town of Boise City and its outskirts to begin on Monday, March 12, at 9 a.m.

Published March 7, 2018

Embracing the Wind

TCEC hedges against volatile energy prices with new power purchase agreement

Providing affordable electricity to its member owners is one of the corner stones of TCEC.

Last year, TCEC chose Golden Spread Electric Cooperative as its sole power supplier. That agreement included a provision for TCEC to enter into a renewable power purchase agreement managed by Golden Spread.

Embracing the Wind

Member Matters Column: Survey by Chris Purdy

As members of TCEC, your opinion counts. This is your electric cooperative and TCEC is here to serve you. TCEC employees work to improve the quality of life for our members and communities by providing safe, reliable and affordable electricity. Now, you have a special opportunity to tell us how we’re doing.

Building? Let TCEC know!

If you are planning a project that requires electricity where no connection currently exists, notify TCEC early in the process.

Electric bill delay

2/28/18 update: TCEC has been notified the missing bills were scanned February 25 and are on their way to member mailboxes.



TCEC bills due March 10 delayed for some members

You may be wondering where your February electric bill is if you’re on TCEC’s Cycle 3 billing. The cooperative has discovered that many bills for members have been delayed. TCEC is working with its billing vendor and the United States Postal Service to investigate the cause for the delay.

Co-op Connections: Whispering Bliss Boutique

Members who show their Co-op Connections Card at Whispering Bliss Boutique in Guymon will receive 20 percent off, excluding specials, auctions, offers, orders and sales.

Power after hours

Afterhours service improves for TCEC members

Power outages usually don’t happen on a schedule. When you need to report an outage, you expect it to be quick and easy.

As a direct result of feedback from members, a new company will answer TCEC’s phones after hours. TCEC evaluated several options, such as bringing the afterhours service inside the company, before making a decision that was the best fit for the entire membership.

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Extreme cold causes higher energy bills

TCEC outlines factors impacting electric bills

Regardless of the fuel used to heat your home or business – natural gas, electricity or propane – you likely used more of it due to unusually cold temperatures last month. The result is a higher bill for that usage.

Factors that may influence your electric bill during extreme cold include:


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