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Our non-profit, member-owned cooperative has a proud history of creating opportunities
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Residential

Magic Valley Electric Cooperative is committed to delivering dependable and affordable electricity to our member-owners. We do more than just repair outages quickly. We provide members with the following benefits:

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Commercial

At Magic Valley Electric Cooperative, partnering with local businesses is part of our heritage and part of our goal to empower our communities. We work every day to provide our commercial and industrial members not only competitive rates but world class customer service.

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About us

Magic Valley Electric Cooperative was founded in 1937 by a group of farmers and ranchers from the Rio Grande Valley who needed electricity. Our founding members not only changed the Valley for the betterment of thousands of residents, but also accelerated progress to remote and unpopulated areas.

Today, Magic Valley Electric Cooperative has over 5,300 miles of energized line serving more than 105,000 members. As our membership grows, we continue to work hard to ensure all members receive safe, affordable, reliable electric power and excellent customer service. Our mission is to enhance people’s lives by safely providing the most reliable and affordable electric service by keeping our member’s best interest in mind.

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Giving Back to
Our Community

Community involvement is part of our culture. You are likely to see us in your child’s school speaking about electrical safety, at your local Chamber of Commerce meeting, or supporting community events. Just like you, we live, work and play in the areas we serve. And just like you, we call the Rio Grande Valley our home. We take great pride in working at Magic Valley and in being part of the professional team of employees serving you, our member-owners.

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MVEC Changing Student Lives With a Contribution to...

This fall, TSTC in Harlingen introduced both an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical Lineworker Technology and a certificate...

MVEC to Resume Disconnections in October

In an effort to help our members overcome the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Magic Valley Electric Cooperative stopped disconnecting...

Transmission Emergency for the Rio Grande Valley

Mercedes, TX September 1, 2020 – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is issuing a Transmission Emergency for certain...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 7

Mercedes, TX., 8/1/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 287 remaining members...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 6

Mercedes, TX., 7/31/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 600 remaining members...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 5

Mercedes, TX., 7/30/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 1,651 remaining members...

MVEC Changing Student Lives With a Contribution to...

This fall, TSTC in Harlingen introduced both an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical Lineworker Technology and a certificate...

MVEC to Resume Disconnections in October

In an effort to help our members overcome the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Magic Valley Electric Cooperative stopped disconnecting...

Transmission Emergency for the Rio Grande Valley

Mercedes, TX September 1, 2020 – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is issuing a Transmission Emergency for certain...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 7

Mercedes, TX., 8/1/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 287 remaining members...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 6

Mercedes, TX., 7/31/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 600 remaining members...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 5

Mercedes, TX., 7/30/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 1,651 remaining members...

MVEC Changing Student Lives With a Contribution to...

This fall, TSTC in Harlingen introduced both an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical Lineworker Technology and a certificate in Electrical Lineworker Technology. Magic Valley Electric Cooperative (MVEC) recently donated $20,000 to the Texas State Technical College Foundation, to establish...

MVEC to Resume Disconnections in October

In an effort to help our members overcome the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Magic Valley Electric Cooperative stopped disconnecting accounts for nonpayment in March. Although Magic Valley was not mandated by the Public Utilities Commission of Texas (PUCT) to...

Transmission Emergency for the Rio Grande Valley

Mercedes, TX September 1, 2020 – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is issuing a Transmission Emergency for certain areas of the Rio Grande Valley. The affected areas currently include portions of Weslaco, Mercedes, and the surrounding areas. Additional...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 7

Mercedes, TX., 8/1/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 287 remaining members affected by Hurricane Hanna. At the peak of the outages, more than 75,000 MVEC members were without power. We have been...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 6

Mercedes, TX., 7/31/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 600 remaining members affected by Hurricane Hanna. At the peak of the outages, more than 75,000 MVEC members were without power. We have been...

Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 5

Mercedes, TX., 7/30/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 1,651 remaining members affected by Hurricane Hanna. At the peak of the outages, more than 75,000 MVEC members were without power. We have been...

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