Magic Valley Electric Cooperative Reaches New Milestone –100,000 Members

Magic Valley Electric Cooperative (MVEC) has reached a new milestone by surpassing 100,000 members across the Rio Grande Valley.

“Surpassing the 100,000 membership mark is a testament to the success of the cooperative business model,” said Abraham Quiroga, Magic Valley’s Business and Employee Development Division Manager. “80 years after our creation, we continue to remain committed to providing our members with safe, reliable and affordable electricity.”

Magic Valley has welcomed 2,071 new members since January 1, 2018. The Cooperative remains the third largest distribution electric cooperative in Texas and the twenty-second largest in the United States.

MVEC continues to see robust growth in both residential and commercial connections across the Rio Grande Valley. This robust growth has allowed Magic Valley to grow its distribution system across the Rio Grande Valley.

“Serving our members is what we do best,” said John W. Herrera, Magic Valley’s General Manager. “Our employees work together as a team to find ways to better serve our members. Our vision is to be the best place to do business and the best place to work.”


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