• Ready for Rain, Prepared to Respond
    When heavy rain falls – and falls – as it did in Houston in April 2016, TECO needs to be ready. And we are, ensuring chilled-water and steam service aren’t compromised for our customers on the campus of the Texas Medical Center. >>More
  • Leadership AGC Tours, Talks Future at TECO.
    TECO opened its doors in February to host Leadership AGC, a group of nearly 20 local up-and-coming construction industry leaders with an eye on the future. They toured TECO’s plant and met to discuss Texas Medical Center infrastructure and TECO. >>More
  • Go Texan Day at TECO
    Every year just before the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, TECO holds a "Go Texan" BBQ for its employees. Some of them don their western duds; all of them celebrate what makes Texas Texas.Thank you to our event organizing team who makes it happen. >>More
  • Photo Display Puts TECO in Focus
    What happens when TECO engineers tackle interior decorating? You get a creative approach to displaying company photos that capture its very essence. TECO used thin rings cut from leftover chilled-water pipe to create picture frames. >>More
    TECO's Steve Swinson accepted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR CHP Award from Neeharika Naik-Dhungel, EPA CHP Partnership, in 2015. He reflects on its importance in a one-on-one video interview in the linked article. >>More
  • TECO Named to Global District Energy in Cities Initiative
    TECO is a participant in the United Nations Environment Program's (UNEP's) Global District Energy in Cities Initiative. UNEP and the International District Energy Association released a video about why district energy is a good idea. Check it out. >>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.



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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