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Icy Conditions Cause Outages

Icy conditions created some problems for cooperatives over the past few days.

WFEC ranks on annual NCB Co-op 100 list

National Cooperative Bank, known for providing banking solutions tailored to meet the needs of cooperatives nationwide, just released its annual NCB Co-op 100®, listing the nation’s top 100 revenue-earning cooperative businesses. Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) made this list, ranking 95th.

WFEC Solar Projects Underway

Row after row of glimmering panels will soon dot portions of Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas, as Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) is joining other utilities in the solar energy realm. Both utility-scale projects, as well as community solar projects, will be a part of this new venture.

WFEC Outage Update - Jan. 5, 2016

As Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) crews and contractors continue working day and night to repair damage, they are constantly facing some extremely tough challenges from this very costly winter storm. The number of downed transmission poles and structures has more than doubled since last week, as damage is still being located across the service territory. At the same time, repair costs are climbing rapidly, as WFEC’s preliminary total damage estimate, to date, is approaching $8.9 million.


WFEC Outage Update - Jan. 4, 2016

More than a week has passed since a massive winter storm inundated much of Oklahoma and portions of Texas, leaving thousands in the dark. Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) suffered a big hit from this storm system, as over 200 transmission structures were downed across the service territory. As of Monday, Jan. 4, only two substations remain without service, down from a total of around 57 sub and switch stations that were without service at the height of the storm that began Dec. 26. 

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