Texas Co-op Power
Texas Co-op Power is like no other magazine in Texas. With a circulation to more than 1 million Texans – a larger circulation than Texas Highways and Texas Monthly – it’s not only the most widely read magazine in the Lone Star State, but it offers a unique perspective on rural and suburban Texas.
The magazine is published monthly by Texas Electric Cooperatives and members of United Cooperative Services receive a complimentary subscription as part of their membership.
With its roots firmly set in the proud electric co-op tradition and with its editorial eye on a fast-growing, rapidly changing state, Texas Co-op Power offers features on daily life in contemporary Texas, stories by some of the state’s best writers, electric utility information and tips on cooking, recreation, gardening and things to do/places to go around the state.
“Power Talk” is an award-winning newsletter that is dedicated to informing members about United’s annual work initiatives, and how those initiatives relate to state and national electric industry issues. In addition to a variety of feature stories that profile the rich diversity of United membership, the newsletter also provides timely articles that not only promote energy conservation, but also demonstrate solutions that members can deploy to save energy and costs. Nearly every issue includes a column from United CEO Cameron Smallwood.
Back issues of United’s editions of Texas Co-op Power featuring the “Power Talk” section can often be picked up at your local United office. For more information on an article appearing in “Power Talk” section, or to make a complaint, compliment or suggestion regarding the “Power Talk” section, please contact United email@example.com.
If you are dissatisfied with the magazine and no longer want to receive it, please cut your mailing label off the front cover and mail it to United (not Texas Electric Cooperatives) with a note requesting removal from our mailing list.
If you have a complaint, compliment or suggestion regarding the original content of Texas Co-op Power, let them know. Your input helps the editors of Texas Co-op Power gauge how they are doing, what they need to do more/less of and what rural Texas is thinking. Each month, the magazine publishes a few of the many letters received on the “Letters to the Editor” page. You can e-mail your comments to Texas Co-op Power Associate Editor Tom Widlowski at firstname.lastname@example.org.