Cooke County Electric Cooperative Association is a non-profit rural electric utility cooperative headquartered in Muenster, Texas.
The cooperative was organized in 1938 and serves portions of five counties in the state of Texas, in a territory generally surrounding Muenster.
Currently Cooke County Electric has 3,026 miles of line and 14,564 meters. It is a member of Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, a generation and transmission electric cooperative.
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