Who We Are
Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., a not-for-profit electric cooperative, was formed in 1938 under the provisions of the United States Rural Electrification Act and incorporated under the provisions of the Texas Electric Cooperative Corporation Act. Like other co-ops, we operate under seven guiding cooperative principles and were born out of the need for electricity in South Texas. The cooperative is an equal opportunity provider.
Exceed Member Expectations In Everything We Do
Medina Electric Cooperative (EC) provides service to approximately 18,000 members with more than 32,000 meters and 9,500 miles of line throughout a 10,750 square-mile region in the Texas counties of:
Power is purchased on a wholesale basis, through purchase agreements with South Texas Electric Cooperative (STEC) and San Miguel Electric Cooperative (SMEC). Although it varies from month to month, the power mix that we use to provide our members with electricity generally looks like this.
Medina EC is governed by a nine person, member-elected board of directors and daily operations are led by Mark Rollans, who has served as CEO since January 2007.
The lines and facilities have been constructed with funds obtained by loan agreements from the Rural Utilities Service (formerly Rural Electrification Administration or REA), a division within the United States Department of Agriculture, the National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) and CoBank.
You can view corporate documents here.