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The purpose of this Distributed Generation Procedures and Guidelines Manual for Members is
to provide procedures, guidelines and requirements for a Member to install and connect to
the Cooperative’s electric distribution system certain electric generation facilities described
and referred to as “Distributed Generation”. The Member is required to submit an
application, fulfill the requirements set forth in the DG Manual, and execute an agreement
with the Cooperative prior to connecting the Member’s Distributed Generation facilities to the
Cooperative’s electric distribution system. This manual is for informational purposes only.
Other paperwork that you may need are the Distributed Generation Short Form Contract and
The Cooperative reserves the right to revise and amend this Manual from time to time.
Trying to budget for your utility bills?
Navarro County Electric Cooperative offers Balanced-Billing to eligible members. For program details and for a copy
of the budget billing agreement for enrollment please click on the documents to the right.
Special Needs Customers
No matter the cause of an outage - weather, accidents or maintenance work, NCEC, Inc. does its best to minimize
any inconvenience to our members and attempts to restore electric service as soon as possible. Of specific concern
during an outage are those who rely on electricity for a life-support system. If you or a member of your household
is dependent on such a system, please complete our Special Needs Form and return it to our offices so we can
identify your account.
Our office is located at 3800 W Highway 22 in Corsicana -
Just west of the Corsicana High School and 0.8 miles west of the
Navarro Regional Hospital. Contact us by phone at 903-874-7411
or 800-771-9095 or e-mail us at email@example.com with
any questions about your bill, service or construction.
To have your power line located....
Navarro County Electric Cooperative is a participant in the Texas One-Call system called
DIGTESS. To have underground electric lines located call 1-800-DIG-TESS at least two
working days prior to digging. NCEC as well as phone and some water utilities will receive
notice to locate any lines near the work to be done. Your safety is important to us, so be
sure to CALL BEFORE YOU DIG!
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