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SmartHub/My Account Unavailable 7/11

Due to upgrades to the system, SmartHub (previously known as My Account) will be unavailable on the afternoon of July 11.

Pick Our 2015 Calendar Cover

Our 2015 calendar will feature photos submitted by members. We are currently running a contest to pick the cover of the calendar. The photo with the most likes as of 8 a.m. on Thursday, July 17, will be featured on the cover of the 2015 calendar. Go view the three contenders in our Facebook album "2015 Calendar Contest - Pick The Cover!" and vote for your favorite with a like.

July: Work Updates & Locations

Maintaining over 9,000 miles of line and 160,000 power poles is no easy job. Here is a list of areas where you can expect to see Medina EC contractors and crews during July.


Summer Grid Stress and Conservation

In March, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas already indicated that they expected tight reserves at the start of this summer.  

Use SmartHub To Manage Your Account

SmartHub (formerly called My Account) can be used to manage your electric account. Once logged in, you can pay your bill, report outages, view your historical electric use and the daily costs, compare weather data from day to day and manage your account settings. You can also download the SmartHub application for your mobile device. Just search SmartHub and select Medina Electric Cooperative as your provider.


Capital Credit Allocation Statements Mailed to Members

Anyone who was a member of Medina Electric Cooperative during 2013 will get a Capital Credit Allocation Statement in the mail at the end of June. This statement, which is being mailed June 26, shows the portion of capital credits that each member was allocated based on their electric purchases for 2013.

EPA Regs Could Raise Bills, Hamper Reliability

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At the beginning of June, the EPA released regulations that go after existing power plants. This is in addition to a proposal they released last fall to limit carbon dioxide emissions from new coal and natural gas plants. The carbon capture technology needed to limit carbon dioxide looks good on paper, but it is not commercially viable and is estimated to be prohibitively expensive. This essentially bans new coal plants from being built and will likely shut-down many existing power plants.

June: Updates & Work Locations

Maintaining over 9,000 miles of line and 160,000 power poles is no easy job. Here is a list of areas where you can expect to see Medina EC contractors in the coming months.


Latest Scam: Medina EC Return Address

Medina EC has received notification from several individuals that our business address is being used as part of a scam. In this particular scam, Medina EC's address is listed as the return address on envelopes being mailed out to random people. Inside the envelope is a check with another address on it. The mail delivery is generally followed by an email encouraging the person to cash the check, keep some of it for themselves and then wire the remainder of the money to another individual, who they do not know. Medina EC has notified the local post office of the issue. Please be careful.

Scholarship Winners Announced

Medina Electric is proud to announce the winners of the 2014 scholarship contest. This year the cooperative awarded 30 $1,000 scholarships. You can read more about that program here.

The winners are:

Alicia Curtis, Hondo

Cassandra Pena, Zapata

Andrea Amelia Dominguez, Hondo

Valeria Hernandez, Laredo

Skye Bailey, Uvalde

Tanya Rodriguez, Rio Grande City

Camry Lynn Henrichson, Devine

Samantha Tschirhart, Rio Medina

Paige McVay, Castroville


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