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TCEC Delegates Return from Youth Tour

The 2017 Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour was June 9 through June 16. Three area high school juniors and 67 other cooperative delegates attended the trip. The delegates represented their local electric cooperatives in Washington D.C.

Youth Tour is the experience of a lifetime where delegates build everlasting friendships. Not only do they travel to a new place, they tour historic monuments, remember the fallen, learn legislation, discover more new places and connect with Congress.

Co-op Connections: Texas County Farm Bureau

TCEC members who present their Co-op Connections card at Texas County Farm Bureau in Guymon for a free quote will receive one free promotional item and $5 off new membership.

“We are Oklahoma’s voice of agriculture,” said Farm Bureau agent Cory Winters.

8th graders represent TCEC at Energy Camp 2017

Three area eighth grade students representing TCEC recently returned from the 2017 Energy Camp. The delegates were among 80 outstanding eighth graders chosen from across the state to attend the four-day camp held at Canyon Camp in Hinton, Oklahoma.

Using your generator safely can prevent tragedy

Generators are helpful when the power goes out, especially for an extended period of time after a storm. However, if a generator is improperly installed, it can cause harm to lineworkers or the public. This is because generators connected directly to the power grid, especially without a double throw switch, can cause backfeed.

Lower your bill with SmartHub

Access SmartHub through our website at or download the app to track energy use, make payments, enroll in notifications and more. View our how-to video for more information.


TCEC members to elect trustees at district meetings

District meetings are every member’s opportunity to be involved in the process that makes this electric cooperative unique. They exemplify the cooperative principle of Democratic Member Control.

TCEC CEO Zac Perkins speaks at OPSU Commencement

Zac Perkins, OPSU alumnus and TCEC CEO, began his OPSU commencement address by looking back.

TCEC Recognized by Department of Defense

In the photo below, Chris Purdy, right, presents TCEC CEO Zac Perkins, left, with a patriotic employer award from the Office of the Secretary of Defense. It recognizes Perkins and TCEC “For contributing to national security and protecting liberty and freedom by supporting employee participation in America’s National Guard and Reserve Force. Purdy, vice president of member solutions at TCEC, serves in the United States Army Reserves.

Patriot Award

New trustee appointed to fill District 2 vacancy

In the April Board Meeting, TCEC’s Board of Trustees voted to appoint Gayla James of Boise City to fill the vacant seat for District 2.

TCEC member Gayla James won the advisory election at the District 2 special meeting on Thursday, April 6, in Boise City.

More than 100 votes were cast at the meeting, demonstrating the cooperative principle of Democratic Member Control at its best.

District 2 Trustee Gayla James

TCEC featured in On The Bricks TV Show

Main Street Guymon's Melyn Johnson came to TCEC to interview Member Solutions Vice President Chris Purdy for the May episode of PTCI's On The Bricks TV Show. They talked about the experimental wind turbine and the TCEC Community Solar array. Watch the episode on YouTube to learn more.



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