• Magazine Features TECO's Maintenance Commitment
    TECO's district energy system maintenance program was featured in an article in the fourth quarter 2016 issue of District Energy magazine, a publication of the International District Energy Association. >>More
  • A Room Fit for Fitness
    Helping employees stay fit improves their health and wellness, reducing sick days and minimizing work site incidents. That’s why TECO has had an employee exercise room for years. Recently, TECO upgraded the workout room and celebrated its reopening. >>More
  • Remembering Paul G. Bell, Jr., a TECO Proponent and Visionary
    Paul Gervais Bell, Jr. played a pivotal role in the history – even the very existence – of TECO. In late 2013, Bell stepped down as chairman of TECO’s Board of Directors after 14 years at the helm. He passed away October 31, 2016. He will be missed. >>More
  • Sustainable Business Magazine Features TECO
    Sustainable Business Magazine featured Thermal Energy Corporation's (TECO's) combined heat and power-based district energy system in its 05/16 issue, highlighting how it provides reliable, cost-effective energy to the Texas Medical Center. >>More
  • Operator Training: TECO Shares Best Practices
    Training has always been important at Thermal Energy Corp., but never more than when we added 700 pieces of equipment during expansion. We set up an Operator Certification and Training Program, sharing our experience in District Energy magazine. >>More
  • Telling Our Story in District Energy Magazine
    TECO was featured in District Energy magazine's "Telling Our Story" in third quarter 2016. Titled "A picture is worth a thousand words (and a tour, even more)," it highlights unique framed photos, plus tours for U.S. and international visitors. >>More
  • DREME STEM Academy, GE Leadership Institute Students Visit TECO
    On July 11, TECO hosted 28 DREME STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) Youth Academy students on a plant tour and presentation in coordination with the GE Leadership Institute. DREME was founded in memory of Dr. Ronald E. McNair. >>More
  • Less Is More When It Comes to Good Health.
    The pounds are dropping, and TECO employees are celebrating their success as part of the Texas Medical Center’s TMC O2 Challenge. Eighteen TECO employees signed up for Weight Watchers and have lost a collective 165.8 lb since April 2016. >>More
  • TECO Joins Combined Heat and Power for Resiliency Accelerator
    Companies in DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge saved $1.3 billion in five years by reducing their energy use, thanks to Better Buildings Accelerators. Houston-based TECO recently became a new partner in the Better Buildings CHP Resiliency Accelerator. >>More
  • The Energy Behind What's Next
    Learn more about TECO and our role on the Texas Medical Center campus by checking out our latest news. The institutions at the Texas Medical Center continue to grow and TECO is ready to cool and heat them. >>More
 
 

Employees Focused on Excellence and Lifelong Learning

Whether it's through on-the-job training or classes at a local college, TECO's employees are striving to add to their knowledge base and enhance customer service and system reliability.

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MADE to Help

You’ve probably seen the images on TV: Large utility trucks leaving your area to help repair downed power lines caused by a major disaster elsewhere in the country. Everyone lends a hand. The district energy industry, too, is ready to respond.

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