On October 15-16, SWEPCO assisted with the Wounded Warrior Hunt on Lake Millwood, Ark. in conjunction with the Millwood Lake Focus Committee and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Continue reading “SWEPCO assists with Wounded Warrior hunt on Lake Millwood”
Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell announced today a scholarship fund worth up to $600,000 will be established at
Bossier Parish Community College to honor Bossier Rural Electric Membership Corporation (BREMCO) and its 55 years of service in NW Louisiana.
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Henderson Independent School District (ISD) Superintendent Keith Boles (third from right) accepts a check for $2,001.30 from SWEPCO for the high school’s gymnasium lighting upgrades.
Students at Henderson ISD will enjoy a much brighter gym now that the school has participated in SWEPCO’s Schools Conserving Resources (SCORE) program.
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At SWEPCO, we’re proud to be part of the unique communities we serve in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas.
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SWEPCO today announced a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the purchase of wind energy assets as the company seeks to add more renewable energy to its diverse resource mix.
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Do you want to stay cool and save energy? Here are five easy ways to reduce your electric bill during the hottest time of the year.
1. Keep direct sunlight out of your home as much as possible. Close curtains, shades and blinds. Continue reading “Five Ways to Save Energy This Summer”