We at Wood County Electric Cooperative strive to meet your energy needs by providing member-owners of the cooperative, with safe, reliable and affordable electricity.
Unlike other utility providers, our business is based locally, where our board members, managers and employees, along with our families and friends, live and work. Your cooperative invests in the electrical and community infrastructure needed to provide you with a great quality of life.
Together, fossil fuels and renewable energy sources can produce a power supply that is safe, reliable, affordable and environmentally responsible. Our approach to meeting your energy needs is an "all-of-the-above" strategy, where no option is taken off the table, to produce a cost-effective and reliable power supply that WCEC member-owners can afford.
Laws and regulations from Austin and Washington, D.C., directly affect our ability to meet your energy needs. Flawed mandates can be particularly harmful to member owned cooperatives like ours.
We ask that you consider joining your Texas Cooperative Action Network. You can stay up to date on pressing state and federal issues affecting your electric bill by completing the information form and returning it with your monthly statement. You may also visit
to sign up for the network online.
Signing up is free, and we won't send you any excess information. Most important, we'll never share your private information with a third party.
Like a good neighbor, WCEC will keep you informed and suggest opportunities for you to take action through the Texas Cooperative Action Network, when needed, to help protect your quality of life.
Together, we're stronger.
In Your Service,
Debbie Robinson, CEO/General Manager
Wood County Electric Cooperative