• TECO Marks Four-Year Safety Record
    TECO is off to a great start in 2019. On Jan. 27, 2019, TECO set a new safety record: It marked four years – 718,116 hours – worked without a lost-time incident. This significant achievement is a testament to TECO's dedicated employees >>More
  • TECO’s Steve Swinson Spearheads Energy Scholarship Program
    TECO's President and CEO Steve Swinson (right) currently chairs the International District Energy Association's (IDEA's) John Gray Scholarship program. He bestows the awards on the year's winners at IDEA's annual conference. >>More
  • In the Spirit of Giving
    TECO’s employees got in the holiday spirit by donating toys and gifts for the children and teens who are at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital this holiday season. It was TECO’s fourth annual drive, and it was record-setting! >>More
  • TECO Wins Efficient Technology Award
    Thermal Energy Corporation (TECO) received an Excellence Award from the Turbine Inlet Cooling Association (TICA) for TECO's use of turbine inlet cooling, a technology that enhances power generation capacity. The award was presented March 20. More>>
  • TECO Marks Safety Achievement
    TECO’s employees recently celebrated a major safety milestone: one year without a recordable or lost-time accident. TECO marked the accomplishment by presenting each employee with a Yeti cooler. We take safety seriously! >>More
  • TECO Service Continued Uninterrupted Through Harvey
    Thermal Energy Corporation (TECO) maintained uninterrupted chilled-water and steam service throughout the record-setting rains produced by Hurricane Harvey. "Ride-out" crews were on site to ensure service continued in spite of local flooding. >>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.

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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