Power of Community - Pedernales Electric Cooperative

Transmission projects

Transmission lines (on tall metal towers) carry high voltage electricity from generation facilities to your local substation. They're different from the distribution lines (on wooden or metal poles) that carry power from your local substation to your home.

Most of the transmission lines in and around our service area are operated by the Lower Colorado River Authority. PEC owns and maintains only about 300 miles of transmission system, but as our Hill Country community continues to grow, our system grows, too. Maintaining and improving our transmission equipment to better serve you is a mainstay of our commitment to delivering low-cost, reliable and safe energy solutions.

Leander-Round Rock

Lower Colorado River Authority Transmission Services Corporation is proposing to build and operate a new 138-kilovolt transmission line located in southwestern Williamson County.
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PEC is proposing to rebuild and upgrade the existing transmission facilities between the Wimberley and Highway 32 substations in Hays County.
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My Usage

The latest energy use reports for your PEC account can help you see if you're using more energy than usual and empower you to make adjustments if necessary.

PUC Report on Advanced Meters

PUC Report on Advanced Meters

A report on health and radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from advanced meters published in December 2012 by the Texas Public Utility Commission.