• TECO Named to Global District Energy in Cities Initiative
    Steve Swinson, seventh from left, represented TECO as it was named a participant in the United Nations Environment Program's Global District Energy in Cities Initiative along with other members and partners at IDEA's annual conference in June 2015. >>More
    TECO's Steve Swinson proudly accepted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star CHP Award from Neeharika Naik-Dhungel, program manager, EPA CHP Partnership, during June 29 ceremonies in Boston. >>More
  • TECO High and Dry During Late May Flooding
    Although water rose dramatically in Braes Bayou during Houston’s late May floods, TECO’s floodwall weathered the test, and chilled-water and steam service continued uninterrupted. >>More
  • Always Prepared
    In case of a real or threatening emergency, TECO's Phyllis Sousley executes a detailed plan to care for personnel staying on site to keep the plants running. It's just one facet of TECO's emergency preparedness plan. >>More
  • Thank You, TECO Employees
    TECO held a special September cookout to laud employees for logging one year without a recordable or lost-time accident. >>More
  • Join Our Team
    As part of TECO's team, you could be helping to serve patients, doctors and researchers at the largest medical center in the world. Check out employment opportunities and hear from current employees. >>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

The Power of Collaborative Energy

Today's leaders are transforming the Texas Medical Center by encouraging even greater collaboration in medical education, research and patient care.



Texas Is CHP Leader, Potential for More

In an article highlighting TECO's CHP achievements, HARC (Houston Advanced Research Center) reported that while Texas leads the nation in installed combined heat and power capacity, there's room for even more growth. 


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