South Texas Electric Cooperative: Rates, Coverage Area, Emissions

South Texas Electric Cooperative

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About South Texas Electric Cooperative

South Texas Electric Cooperative is a cooperative, which means the company is owned by its customers and they vote in individuals to run the company. They sold 9,442,509 megawatt hours through wholesale channels to other electricity providers in 2022. During the same timeframe, South Texas Electric Cooperative generated 1,300,681 megawatt hours and acquired 8,380,734 megawatt hours through the wholesale market. In 2022, the provider made a total of $735,269,600 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had 98.35% of their revenue coming from sales to the wholesale electricity market.

Energy Loss

All electricity providers who generate electricity suffer from some amount of energy loss from heat dissipation or alternative factors. South Texas Electric Cooperative is no different, as they have a yearly loss of roughly 2.16% of the electricity they produce. The national average energy loss is 2.87%. This gives South Texas Electric Cooperative a ranking of 221st best out of 3517 companies in the nation.

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South Texas Electric Cooperative Overview

  • Company Type:Cooperative
  • Headquarters:2849 Farm Road 447
    Nursery, Texas 77976
    United States of America
  • CEO:Roger Andrade

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    Quick Facts About South Texas Electric Cooperative

    South Texas Electric Cooperative is ranked 245th in the United States for total electricity production, producing 1,157,841 megawatt hours.

    South Texas Electric Cooperative produces 1,157,332.1 megawatt hours from the burning of natural gas and ranks 38th out of 175 suppliers in the state for this category.

    South Texas Electric Cooperative produces 1,157,841 megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel types, which is 40th out of 175 suppliers in Texas.

    Energy Loss

    South Texas Electric Cooperative's energy loss due to business operations.

    -2.16%

    Total Energy Loss

    208,974MWh

    221 National Rank

    South Texas Electric Cooperative Energy Makeup

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    Power Plants Owned by South Texas Electric Cooperative

    PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
    Hidalgo County TX Natural Gas 276,158127,842,127.28462.93

    South Texas Electric Cooperative Fuel Makeup

    NATURAL GAS
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    99.96%
    DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
    Distillate Fuel Oil
    0.04%

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    South Texas Electric Cooperative FAQ:

    How many power plants are owned by or associated with South Texas Electric Cooperative?

    There is one power plant associated with or owned by South Texas Electric Cooperative.

    What percentage of South Texas Electric Cooperative's electricity is produced using renewable fuel sources?

    Electric facilities owned by or associated with South Texas Electric Cooperative produce 0% of their electricity from renewable fuel sources.

    What is the phone number for South Texas Electric Cooperative?

    South Texas Electric Cooperative's customer service phone number is (361) 575-6491

    What percentage of South Texas Electric Cooperative's electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuel types?

    Electric facilities owned by or associated with South Texas Electric Cooperative generate 100.00% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuels.

    Who is the CEO of South Texas Electric Cooperative?

    The current CEO of South Texas Electric Cooperative is Roger Andrade.

    Fernando García
    Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
    Published: 2024-06-06