Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative
Wed, 2019-Nov-13 00:33 UTC
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Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative is a non-profit rural electric utility cooperative headquartered in Texarkana, Arkansas, with district offices in DeQueen, Nashville, and Bradley, Arkansas.
The Cooperative was organized in 1937 and the first 134 miles (216 km) of power lines were energized in November 1938 to 245 meters.
The Cooperative serves portions of eleven counties in the states of Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma, in a territory generally surrounding Texarkana:
Arkansas: Columbia, Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, Miller, Polk, and Sevier
Texas: Bowie and Cass
Oklahoma: McCurtainCurrently (as of September 2005) the Cooperative has more than 4,883 miles (7,858 km) of distribution lines, 125 miles (201 km) of transmission lines, 24 substations and services 25,190 meters.
This recording reflects the Wikipedia text as of 00:33 UTC on Wednesday, 13 November 2019.
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