Lighthouse Electric Co-op is a rural electricity provider, delivering power to parts of 12 West Texas counties. Originally named Floyd County Rural Electric Cooperative, they changed their name 1953 to show they had grown beyond the borders of Floyd County. 25 years later, they merged with Hall County Electric Cooperative to form the current electric company.
Lighthouse Electric Cooperative owns and maintains 9,400 smart electric meters and 4,300 miles of electrified power lines. Because this electric company operates in the heart of cattle country, they have more industrial/commercial electricity accounts than they do residential electricity accounts. They have offices in Floydada, TX and Memphis, TX.
Lighthouse Co-op purchases the electricity they distribute from Golden Spread Electric Cooperative. Golden Spread generates electricity primarily from natural gas, but they also have a biomass power plant and a wind energy farm.
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Lighthouse delivers electricity to the following counties:
- Hale County
- Floyd County
- Swisher County
- Briscoe County
- Hall County
- Crosby County
- Dickens County
- Motley County
- Donley County
- Childress County
- Collingsworth County
- Cottle County
Directors of Lighthouse Electric Cooperative:
- General Manager: Albert Daniel
- District 1: Mark Appling, President
- District 2: Wesley Campbell
- District 3: John Dunlap, Vice President
- District 4: Ronald Mullin
- District 5: Paul Schacht
- District 6: Mark Hegi
- District 7: Ron Graves
- District 8: Dean Yarbrough
- District 9: D. (Sandy) Thornberry, Secretary/Treasurer
Contact Information and Phone Number:
Highway 70 E.
Floydada, TX 79235