Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., is a member-owned, non-profit electric cooperative established in 1939.
The mission of Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc. shall be to provide reliable, quality electric service to our member-owners at an affordable and competitive cost, while maintaining the financial integrity of the Cooperative.
The Cooperative’s service area includes rural areas in Young, Throckmorton, Stephens, Shackelford, Archer, Jack, and Palo Pinto counties as well as within the city limits of Olney and Newcastle, Texas.
The Cooperative maintains 2,143 miles of electric line and has 6,276 connected meters. Although the Cooperative is one of Texas’ smaller cooperatives, we strive to keep our electric rates competitive and our service reliable. We have 28 dedicated employees ready to serve our members and maintain reliable service.
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., purchases its wholesale power from Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, a generation and transmission cooperative, located in Waco, Texas.
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., is governed by a nine member Board of Directors that are elected at the Cooperative’s annual meeting.